As a parent of a son and two daughters and a former teacher, I have seen first-hand the differences between enticing boys to read vs. girls. Even in preschool the differences are striking. Girls tend to read better than boys. And research supports this: by fourth grade, girls worldwide score significantly higher on literacy measures than boys.
For National Teacher Appreciation Week, May 4th-8th, ESGI is putting our appreciation in motion! This is an opportunity for everyone to show and share their appreciation for the hard working teachers molding the minds and lives of our children. At ESGI, we're celebrating with 5 days of giveaways in exciting gifts worth over $1700!
Howdy ya’ll! It’s Mr. Greg from The Kindergarten Smorgasboard! Today I want to share 4 tips for more effective classroom management!
1. Wireless Doorbell
2. Toilet spider
Assessments are a way to find out what students know. It is important for teachers to use the data from these assessments to enhance classroom instruction and improve student learning. Here are 5 things that effective teachers traditionally do after an assessment has been given.
As teachers, we know those special moments in the classroom in between activities when there is too much time to transition to the next activity, but not enough time to really teach a full lesson. These moments are the perfect time for the “sponge activities” that I remember learning about years ago when I first started teaching. Now that I am in my 35th year of teaching, these little sponges (fun, short and engaging) have become second nature to me.