Frederick jones' theory talks about how motivation is student leadership. Providing students with jobs in the classroom will give them the change to take on the role of a leader. I envision myself applying this theory and assigning jobs to my students, in order to teach them about responsibility and working together to prevent chaos in the classroom.
1. Classroom Jobs 1 **These classroom job suggestions are the duties that I most often see within classrooms. The students are assigned a job every day or week, depending on the teacher's preference. With each job comes specific responsibilities within the classroom. These jobs help build a collaborative community, and help each student feel like a vital member of the class.
I do not believe this list to be exhaustive. It’s just what I see as top priorities to wrap your mind around when you’re staring down a “school starts” date on the calendar. I like sharing about how I think on this blog. I hope you find these tips helpful if you’re a new to teaching or just new to kindergarten.
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