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Modified from Kim Schonert-Reichl & others Every student needs two adults in his/her school who believe he/she will be a success in life. Every teacher needs two colleagues who believe they will be a successful teacher. Some thoughts on taking oneself … Continue reading
The following resources were shared at a Nov 23rd workshop for VSB TOCs. Finding Joy in Every Assignment http://www.priceless-teaching-strategies.com http://www.mrgym.com http://www.bctf.ca/TeachersOnCall VSB Staff Offers – Bell, Dell, Apple, Microsoft
An excerpt from How to Plan Effective Lessons, an article by Ellen Ullman in the October 2011 Education Update from ASCD. Four key strategies for planning an effective lesson: Determine the purpose of the lesson. If you have a clear … Continue reading
How English Teachers Survive Their First Early Years Challenges facing a newer English teacher are similar to, but not the same as other teachers. The English teacher is responsible for improving the students’ reading and writing skills more so than … Continue reading
Today was the first in a series of sessions organized for the benefit of VSB TOCs. Teachers networked, shared the best & most challenging experiences of past month, began building a TOC Survival Kit, and received information about a variety … Continue reading
My #1 recommended read for any teacher. Read the first chapter for free here. You can read about the impact it had on me here.