Screaming at Kids, Comparing Students, and Creating a Self-Sustaining Classroom | Q&A Show

Screaming at Kids, Comparing Students, and Creating a Self-Sustaining Classroom | Q&A Show

How do you handle the noise level in your classroom and get your students attention without screaming? What do you do about students who just refuse to study for tests? How do you create a self-sustaining classroom? We answer these and more in this first Q&A show! EPISODE NOTES In this Q&A show, we discuss (timestamps included): 0:51 - What are the top three books that guide you in building a self-sustaining classroom culture?8:37 - As a first year robotics teacher, do you compare one class with another as a way to motivate students? In Brazil, if one class is falling behind another, it's common to…
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Why I Use SOCIAL MEDIA IN THE CLASSROOM

Why I Use SOCIAL MEDIA IN THE CLASSROOM

There's are a lot of schools that don't allow any sort of sharing of photos or videos of students on social media. My school does not have that policy and here are 3 reasons why I choose to share photos and videos of my students on social media as well as best practices regarding parent communication. 3 Reasons: 1 ) Students are on social media 2 ) Parents get a glimpse into the classroom 3 ) It helps other teachers 'Stories from the Classroom' Podcast **Something I forgot to mention in the video but I feel is common sense is…
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