“Said No Teacher Ever” is Super Funny Because it’s All True. Very funny!

"Said No Teacher Ever" Is Super Funny Because It's All True

What Makes a Parent Love a Teacher - terrific post by Jennifer of Cult of Pedagogy about the importance of getting to know your students and some tips doing that.

What Makes a Parent Love a Teacher - terrific post by Jennifer of Cult of Pedagogy about the importance of getting to know your students and some tips doing that.

One of the best ways to teach our children to accept responsibility for their mistakes and behavior is to use logical consequences, instead of punishment. They teach the hows and whys of good decisions, rather than making them sorry for making a bad choice (take a few minutes of time to regain control, and then apologize & repair the problem). You could also have them write or talk about some strategies to avoid it happening again. It must be related, reasonable and delivered respectfully.

Logical Consequences in the Classroom

One of the best ways to teach our children to accept responsibility for their mistakes and behavior is to use logical consequences, instead of punishment. They teach the hows and whys of good decisions, rather than making them sorry for making a bad choice (take a few minutes of time to regain control, and then apologize & repair the problem). You could also have them write or talk about some strategies to avoid it happening again. It must be related, reasonable and delivered respectfully.

This kid kill's it. Let's embrace an "out-of-the-box" model of education for our kids!

This Really Happy 13-Year-Old Hacks His Education, And Now I Regret I Didn't Do The Same With Mine

This kid kill's it. Let's embrace an "out-of-the-box" model of education for our kids!

For my new teacher friends..this is gold. Do this technique for any procedure, it works!    The best "how to" from Fred Jones on establishing rules , procedures and standards in your classroom!

For my new teacher friends..this is gold. Do this technique for any procedure, it works! The best "how to" from Fred Jones on establishing rules , procedures and standards in your classroom!

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