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??
It is L day for the A to Z Blogging Challenge! And my L stands for Letter. Dear First Year Teacher, Congrats! You are finished jumping through all those hoops the school of education demands that you pass through and you have landed a job! Those are major accomplishments that should be celebrated!!
Today is K day at the A to Z Blogging Challenge!! My K stands for: Huh? I know, right? Over recent years in the education, there has been much research on learning styles, and the different ways individuals best retain new knowledge. I think most people have heard of visual learners (learn better with pictures, […]