Monthly Archives: February 2014

Moving around or standing still? Classroom Management Strategies.

The blog I read about is actually on a Smart Classroom Management blog I happened to find.  The blog discusses reasons why it is important for teachers to stand in one place when giving directions to the students, instead of … Continue reading

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Getting education right in New Zealand

I peeked in on Ashley’s blog as I was randomly picking my 5 blogs for the tech task this week.  I sure am glad I decided to read her blog about a presentation she had been to by, Don Rempel, … Continue reading

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Adding to my Personal Learning Network (PLN)

I must admit I am a little nervous at adding people to my ‘circle of trust’, especially when it comes to a computer network!  However, I am very open to meeting people who can help me as I come into … Continue reading

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What Students Remember Most About Teachers

Originally posted on Pursuit of a Joyful Life:
Dear Young Teacher Down the Hall, I saw you as you rushed passed me in the lunch room. Urgent. In a hurry to catch a bite before the final bell would ring…

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Assessment at its best!

This article is exactly what I needed this weekend as I struggle with ideas on not only how to use assessment in the classroom but actual ideas of what I can assess in the classroom.  Up until now my learning … Continue reading

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Freshing up the Blog

I may have to watch the session with Sue again!!  I added my about page and put a teacher profile page/category which I will update as I move along.  I am trying desperately to catch up but my computer skills … Continue reading

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