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First Days of School

Attached is an icebreaker activity I tried with Grades 1/2, 3/4, and 7/8. Also, attached is a classroom management contract.

All of My Classmates

Class Mgmt Contract

Grade 1-4 Management

Unit And Lesson Plans

Reflective Teaching Day 19: Student Reflection

Name three powerful ways students can reflect on their learning, then discuss closely the one you use most often.

There’s a problem with this prompt. It assumes that I adequately and proficiently utilize various methods to encourage students to reflect.

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Planning

Always a Good Idea to Check the Blog's Webpage

Although this post defeats my purpose, I want to explain that I try to minimize the MWSaHTB Blog posts that you receive in your EMail InBoxes by subscription because I am sensitive to filling your InBox with messages. 162 more words

News

Procedures

Price, Jonathan and Henry Korman. “Procedures.” Chap. 12 In How To Communicate Technical Information: A Handbook of Software and Hardware Documentation. Redwood City, CA: Benjamin/Cummings, 1993. 163 more words

Chapter 12: Procedures

Chapter 12: Procedures

Price, Jonathan, and Henry Korman. “Chapter 12: Procedures.” In How to Communicate Technical Information: A Handbook of Software and Hardware Documentation, 226-247. Redwood City, Calif.: Benjamin/Cummings Pub., 1993. 166 more words

Week 3

Redish, J. (1989). Reading to Learn to Do. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 32(4), 289-293.

In her article, Reading to Learn to Do, Redish points out that some documents do not fit into Sticht’s two categories: “reading to learn” and “reading to do.” Redish says that some documents are hybrids of the two, “reading to learn to do.” Tutorials are a perfect example of Redish’s third category. 197 more words

Price, J., & Korman, H. (1993). How To Communicate Technical Information: A Handbook of Software and Hardware Documentation. Redwood City, CA: Addison-Wesley Professional.

In their chapter titled Procedures, Price and Korman give explicit suggestions for how to write effective, user-centered procedures. Writers can make procedures more effective by breaking the information into 4 components: 200 more words