During the last few weeks of school, whenever I go over what we are learning, and explain what is expected of them, I get this response: “I don’t feel like it.” But it usually sounds more like this: “I don’t feeeeeeeeeeel like it.”
I would be willing to bet you that every classroom in America has, at the very least, one child with ADD in it. Maybe they haven’t been diagnosed yet, but they have the symptoms loud and clear. As teachers, it is our job to “level the playing field” for these kiddos. Some people, mostly outside […]
No matter how badly you want to tell Little Johnny’s Dad to go to hell, you ARE a crucial role model for your students. Therefore, you must show your students what appropriate behavior looks like & sounds like even when involved in a heated conversation.
My point is teacher observations can be affected by the behavior and engagement of your students. Unlike a usual job evaluation where (unless you are working on a group project) your boss’ evaluation would not be influenced by an outside source.
So What do you do to have an AMAZING observation and look like a teaching superstar to your administration?????
Fridayyyyyyyyyyyy!! Yea! Today’s letter from the A to Z Blogging Challenge is M. My “M” is for “Motivation.” A while back I wrote a post about student motivation, so today, I chose to write about teacher motivation. What motivates teachers??