Cult of Pedagogy
Cult of Pedagogy
Cult of Pedagogy

Cult of Pedagogy

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KINDNESS IN THE CLASSROOM - we’re educating not just the kids of our classrooms, but the future citizens of the world! We should nurture kindness where we can.

A 5-Tray Filing System Every Teacher Needs - several simple systems meant to serve as an adjustable starting point.

Know Your Terms: Nonlinguistic Representation

Know Your Terms: Nonlinguistic Representation - If you've ever heard a guy stop in the middle of an explanation and say, "Hold on, let me draw you a picture," that dude is fixing to serve you a heaping plate of nonlinguistic representation.

Create a Self-Care Plan to Beat the Winter Blues

Create a Self-Care Plan to Beat the Winter Blues - Try these simple mental and physical exercises throughout the school day to improve your mood.

A Day in the Life of an Alternative High School Teacher

What everyone really wants to know is if I teach THOSE kids—the mean ones, the dangerous ones, the ones that are “too far gone to save.”

3 Types of Unintentional Learning (And How to Make Them Intentional)

3 Types of Unintentional Learning (And How to Make Them Intentional) - You can plan for soft skills, what's on your walls, and even teachable moments.

5 Reader Activities to Invite Higher Thinking - You’ve taught students to read closely, to annotate, to discuss—now what? Get kids to interact with texts in creative ways that require an even higher level of understanding.

A 4-Part System for Getting to Know Your Students

Relationship building is key to good teaching. This system will help you quickly get to know students and benefit from those connections all year long.

Classroom Management: 4 Keys to Starting the Year off Right

How to set up and implement a classroom behavior plan that really works, with advice from Smart Classroom Management’s Michael Linsin.

Students Monitoring Their Own Learning

Students Monitoring Their Own Learning - The Brown Bag Teacher