This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my disclosure. Can you really teach students compassion? Sure, we can teach students about the definition of compassion, explain how compassion relates to other character traits and feelings, and we can show students relevant examples, but can we truly teach students to be more compassionate people?
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Are you looking for a new way to increase your student’s vocabulary using categories and classification? Do you need engaging ways to deepen the vocabulary of your ESL students? This activity is a fun way to develop language using categories!
This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my disclosure. Growth mindset for kids has been buzzing like a swarm of bees through the education field in the last couple of years. If you are familiar with or have training in this area, you already understand its potential to change students’ lives. For those of you that need a refresher…
Consider the purpose of praising students in the classroom. Why do teachers do it? Certainly, we want our students to feel good about their efforts in the classroom and we also want to encourage them to stay motivated to work and learn, but did you know that some well-intentioned praise can actually have a negative impact on your students?
This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my disclosure. Are you teaching your students about growth mindset? Have you heard about or seen the book Your Fantastic Elastic Brain by JoAnn Deak? For teachers who are searching for straight-forward, easy-to-understand information about the workings of the brain, this book is your answer! Also, if you haven’t seen this post…