• How Teachers Can Be Effective with Positive Reinforcement?

    September (15-2020),braxton
    How Teachers Can Be Effective with Positive Reinforcement?
    Especially when it comes to novice teachers, it is fairly common to prefer positive or negative reinforcement, depending on your character. But if used without balance and proper care, even positive reinforcement can be detrimental. If there is no effective positive reinforcement, you will just be spending energy for naught. There are three things needed…Read More

    15

    Sep

  • Classroom Behavior Charts and How to Use Them

    September (9-2020),braxton
    Classroom Behavior Charts and How to Use Them
    Classroom behavior charts are just a fancy way to call a scoreboard where you keep a list of how your students are behaving. And, coincidentally, even though it is usually used for younger pupils up to middle school, the results of using such a chart became better the older students get. There are three main…Read More

    9

    Sep

  • How to use Pinterest to Improve Your Teaching?

    September (1-2020),braxton
    How to use Pinterest to Improve Your Teaching?
    By now it has become a known fact that the best way to become a better teacher is to use every possible resource available to you. And with a limited budget, we need to be crafty. Using Pinterest as a source of inspiration, resources, and advice is a great way to advance. With Pinterest, you…Read More

    1

    Sep

  • History of the Classroom: The First Schools of America

    August (25-2020),braxton
    History of the Classroom: The First Schools of America
    Even though the roots of a modern classroom can be found way back in classical antiquity, what we know as "school" today is a very recent model. The history of the classroom is closely tied with social changes and is even changing at this very moment. Public schools are a new invention and only came…Read More

    25

    Aug

  • What Can We Learn from 2019’s National Teacher of the Year Rodney Robinson?

    August (18-2020),braxton
    What Can We Learn from 2019’s National Teacher of the Year Rodney Robinson?
    National teacher of the Year for 2019, Rodney Robinson, affirms a known fact. To be a good teacher you need to be an expert in your field. But if you want to be a great teacher, you also need to be a kind and caring human being. And while many circumstances separate Mr. Robinson from…Read More

    18

    Aug