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Discipline & Behavior

March 31, 2016 • Views: 589

How To Respond When You Get An “Attitude”

How to respond when you get an “attitude” Every teacher knows what colleagues mean and what they’re going through when they say, I have a student with an “attitude.” If you’ve never had a

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September 8, 2016 • Views: 47

For Principals and Designated Observers—Keys to Better Teacher Observation and Feedback

There’s no doubt about it, conducting formal or informal observations of teachers teaching in the classroom is an art that can only be developed through a great deal of knowledge accompanied by

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Professional Growth

July 28, 2016 • Views: 113

The Six Vital Criteria for Achieving Real Teacher Growth

First, professional growth is a highly individualized process. While the ideas for individualized growth can be stimulated by group inservice-day sessions, real growth will come not at the session

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Recognition & Honor

August 9, 2016 • Views: 70

Make it Personal

A few years ago, when our daughter was a first-year teacher, she shared a note from her principal, one she presented with particular pride. The note was short but powerful. The message: “Thank you

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Special Education

December 17, 2014 • Views: 3054

What Paraeducators Really Want

And need from general classroom teachers When asked the question “What do you want or need most from your classroom teacher?” paraeducators from around the country tend to have one

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Engagement Strategies

September 22, 2016 • Views: 16

A Friend and Advocate

One thing we know is that some students feel alone and lost with no friends and no teacher to turn to. Successful students always have at least one memorable teacher who made a difference in their

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June 16, 2016 • Views: 130

A Worthwhile Summer Project

How frustrating it is when things don’t work. Online shopping websites and needed databases fail to deliver on their promises. You end up screaming, “Why can’t I just do it on paper!” Now

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August 11, 2016 • Views: 80

Mastering the Art of Verbal Judo

George Thompson is a former police officer and black belt in Judo and Taekwondo. Through his experiences, he trains law enforcement professionals how to use their mouths instead of their nightsticks

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