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See if this sounds familiar . . . don't do as I do, do as I say. You probably heard your parent say that a time or two when you were growing up. When I worked with student teachers or new teachers, I often told them not to do what I did when I was a new teacher. There were so many things that I did the hard way the first few years of my career. I wasn't necessarily doing them wrong, but there are easier, quicker ways of doing things in our profession that seasoned teachers don't always…
Students use white paper to create texture relief sculptures. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk on "Teaching about the Incas." Try this as a topography project. Each person makes a section.
Five Minute Time Fillers - FlapJack
Here are a bunch of ideas to use for fun learning when you have a few minutes left with your students before the bell rings.
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Relief Teaching Ideas
How to Make a Mini Booklet Using One Sheet of Paper- Great for sequencing, retelling a story, drawing and labeling for science, etc. Video how-to. Relief Teaching Ideas
Printing - Patterns
The children use gum erasers and watercolor markers to make relief prints with surprising results. For ages 9 to 13. Plan 2 to 3 sessions. KEY IDEAS Learning about relief prints Experiencing the power of repetition in design Experimenting with different colors and printing patterns LANGUAGE relief print, repetition, pattern YOU WILL NEED Rice paper or other absorbent printing paper cut into 7- by 9-inch pieces—one for each child 1-inch square gum erasers—one for each child plus a few extra…
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Cool Maths - 30 Ways to use Shopping Catalogues. Shopping catalogues are a cool maths resource when relief teaching as they form the basis of some quick math thinking. Kids love them and they are so handy. Firstly they are free, secondly they are easy to get and thirdly they can be the basis of some cool maths activities. I keep at least 50 or so catalogues in my bag of tricks.
Minimizing Disruptive Behaviors: Tip for Teachers with Oppositional Defiant Students
Minimizing Disruptive Behaviors: Tip for Teachers with Oppositional Defiant Students 1. STAY CALM. The first thing to do when encountering disruptive behavior in the classroom is to stay calm. Count to ten, breathe deeply, and visualize a peaceful scene …anything to keep from losing a calm demeanor. No matter how much an offensive child tries to bait teachers, they lose credibility if they lower themselves to the student’s level. If the teacher keeps her composure, she will likely win the…
Behaviour Management - 4 Tips on Dealing with Disruptive Students
Classroom management is more than dealing with disruptive students. Disruptive students don't always respond to a big stick. Not every time!