Helping students take ownership of their learning without a Student Data Notebook. Great tips for helping students reflect on their work and learning.

We hear all about them and how they force students to take ownership of their learning but is it really the only way?

It is so important for teachers to know if their students understand a problem. Here are some great reasons to get your students to work at the board and to do it right.

Why Your Students Should Be At the Board (and how to do it right)

It is so important for teachers to know if their students understand a problem. Here are some great reasons to get your students to work at the board and to do it right.

Student Data Notebook

Student Data Notebook

The Student Data Notebook is editable, can be used for ALL subjects, and ALL grade levels! What you will find: Notebook Cover A cover sheet for each student to personalize with their name is provided. The cover sheet is provided in both color

Edutopia community member MMcClain has compiled a list of easy tips she has learned in her years of teaching to help encourage teachers working with students effected by generational poverty.

An Edutopia community member compiled a list of easy tips they have learned to help encourage teachers working with students effected by generational poverty.

Increase student engagement in your classroom with these seven fun ideas!

Ways to Increase Student Engagement

Student engagement is my number one goal in the classroom. None of the academic goals can be achieved without student engagement.

Superhero themed data notebook for students to track their own data for growth. Built in reflections and goal setting! 2nd-5th grade. Great for Baldrige school data notebooks or binders!

Data Notebook (2nd-5th)

Superhero themed data notebook for students to track their own data for growth. Built in reflections and goal setting! Great for Baldrige school data notebooks or binders!

5 ways Success Criteria can Transform your Classroom

5 Ways Success Criteria Can Transform Your Classroom

Success Criteria, Classroom Organization, Classroom Management, Classroom Ideas, Class Management, Organizing, Visible Learning, Classroom Environment, Student Behavior

Learn practical strategies for making the learning really matter to kids so they’re self-motivated in the classroom. You’ll discover how to inspire kids to give as much energy and effort in the classroom as you do!

How to motivate students to take ownership of their learning

suggests that ownership of learning enables students to succeed as readers and as learners. These are helpful strategies to teach students to take responsibility for their own learning.

There's not much new in today's Guardian article, Can you spot a good teacher from their characteristics?, but it does contain this important reminder: That's similar to findings by Robert Marzano:...

Statistic Of The Day: The Importance Of Teacher-Student Relationships

There's not much new in today's Guardian article, Can you spot a good teacher from their characteristics?, but it does contain this important reminder: That's similar to findings by Robert Marzano:...

How to Use an Amazon Wish List for Your Classroom! Tired of spending too much of your own money on your classroom? Wish your parents and students' families would help you out? Many of them would, IF they knew what you wanted! Use Amazon to create a wishlist and let parents and families help build the classroom or your dreams. Great for the Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade elementary classroom.

How to Use an Amazon Wish List for Your Classroom!

Why You Will LOVE Student Led Conferences

We are headed into parent conference season and that always is a little extra hard on teachers. Conferences can take up a lot of time and e.

5 Strategies for Reaching Disengaged Students | Guest post by Mrs. Beattie's Classroom on Education to the Core

5 Strategies for Reaching Disengaged Students

5 quick ways to use informal assessment to check for student understanding after any lesson! Includes two FREEBIES!

5 Ways to Quickly Check for Understanding

5 quick ways to use informal assessment to check for student understanding after any lesson! Includes two FREEBIES!

Six Ways to Create Student Buy-In • What I Have Learned (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post2319725&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)

Six Ways to Create Student Buy-In

Six Ways to Create Student Buy-In What I Have Learned - includes ways to involve students in conversations, decision-making, and creating agreements. Also includes resetting expectations and rewarding students.

20 Ways to Keep Your Students' Attention

20 Ways to Keep Your Students' Attention

Feeling frustrated with the struggle to keep your students' attention? Here are 20 ideas to help you maintain their attention in fun and engaging ways!

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