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Have you ever asked your students, “Are you doing ok”? You’d be surprised at what you learn. Events in society, at home, in their community have an impact on them. Respect that, by being in tune with what is going on, and provide your students a safe place to express their feelings and ideas. Sometimes that is all it takes to open up the door to other (content area) learning... Do you teach AT your students or do you teach WITH your students? #EdWhys#Education#Literacy#Life#RIPKobe
Yesterday, I had the pleasure of working with a group of middle school students in Creative Writing skills. Watching them start thinking outside of the box and collaborating to come up with a story was everything! #tashebaspeaks
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Prof. Shreya Virani “Shreya ma’am, one of the most joyous and understanding teacher of all time whose formula to lead a successful life is:
When it comes to the subject of accounting, it is always about imparting the knowledge of the subject in a sequential manner in order to make students develop a true understanding of the subject. Firstly, it is always the use of illustrations and examples to explain theoretical concepts of accounting and then applying them to gain the practical knowledge of the same and such is the phenomenon of life, to understand the concepts and way of life through illustrations and happenings around us and using them in the pragmatic aspects of our life.
Life is about appreciating the positivity in every situation, whether good or bad, so that the balance sheet of life is maintained.
Yesterday was not my best day ever in the classroom. (Thankfully it wasn't my worst either). The kids tested my patience. They were mean to each other. They didn't listen. They were straight up rude.
I yelled. I mean, really yelled at one class. Like other teachers came running...I rarely yell.
It wasn't my shining moment as a teacher. But we all have those days. I mean 130 teenagers walk through my room daily. It happens.
But today, I stepped back in my room. We started fresh. No grudges.
The students apologized. I apologized. We all deserve a little grace.
Today was better. That's what matters.
back on the work grind but thinking of our next adventure ✈️ 💛 anybody else planning a galentine’s AND a valentine’s day? my girlfriends and i are planning a galentine’s brunch and j and i have reservations to @71above thanks to my sister-in-law!! so excited!!!❣️ http://liketk.it/2JEXO #email@example.com
L'ambiente scolastico è, per antonomasia, quel luogo in cui i ragazzi dovrebbero imparare a mettersi completamente in discussione senza avere paura di di sbagliare o di essere giudicati.
La scuola dovrebbe rappresentare per gli studenti il palcoscenico nel quale fare le prove generali della propria vita.
Sarebbe ottimale, dunque, creare ambienti favorevoli alla crescita della loro persona sotto molteplici punti di vista, per spronarli a diventare protagonisti della loro storia e non semplici figuranti.
Facciamo in modo che i ragazzi abbiamo modo di sperimentarsi al meglio!
Today we had a printing party! Their printing was starting to get nutso so we needed to restart and try again. I think it’s important to do printing with the kiddos ALL year. But after awhile you gotta start getting creative. Today we listened to music, practiced letter formation, blew on our party tooters and wore hats, anddddd ATE CUPCAKES! If you would like a copy of this letter formation book let me know below!
Of course there is a time for quiet focus in the classroom, but it makes me sad when I hear people still put all the value on how “in line” and quiet their students are. You can still have strong classroom management and a “noisy” room.
Games, movement, singing, discussions, skits...etc are not quiet.
In my classroom, we spend time writing/reading quietly, practice speaking and listening skills everyday, have independent centers, but we also have group discussions, play “wild” games where the students are too excited and engaged to be quiet, and times where my students enter the room squealing and giddy.
You can have both. In fact, I believe you should have both.
Today my heart is heavy with the news of heaven gaining these two angels among others. One of my first and fondest memories of Kobe was asking to stay up “just five more minutes” to watch Laker basketball with my brother and dad. As I grew older, I looked to him as a role model on and off the court as he exemplified what it was to be a great athlete and parent. As a teacher, I saw how he took others under his wing to coach and fuel the same passion and love of basketball.
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Today I’m reminded that life is precious, short, and anything could happen in the blink of an eye. Hold your loved ones close and tell them you love them, because you really never know when it will be your last time. My deepest condolences to Vanessa, their families, as well as the others who were involved in this tragic accident. ❤️ #kobe#mambamentality#mambacita
As a teacher, sometimes you have to make a decision whether or not you go with the lesson you've planned or go with what's on your heart and on the minds of your students. 💜💛Thanks to @teachmemrs.z resource, we analyzed Kobe's poem "Dear Basketball" and watched his Oscar-winning animated short as a class. We then talked about what Kobe meant to them and what it's like to lose someone you know or love. More importantly, it led to an amazing class discussion about relationships and identifying and expressing our emotions in tragic events and in our day to day lives.
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I could not be more proud of my students and what REAL conversations we are having together in class. As teachers (myself included) we often get caught up in content or standards that we have to teach and we miss the opportunity to teach the life lessons and skills that we can impart on our students. DON'T MISS YOUR SHOT. #kobe#kobebryant#mambamentality#twentyfourever
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