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Is it a discussion if only one giraffe's talkin'?

April 28, 2016

You know what I’m talking about.  In every group (classroom or otherwise), there seems to be that one giraffe who has something to say about everything.  472 more words

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Look Out.

Apparently, somewhere along the way I’ve developed a look.

The look, so my class kindly inform me, is at its strongest when delivered over the top of my glasses with an inclined head and a raised eyebrow. 230 more words

General

Sadly, This Was Necessary: Meet Dr. Panchuk

In a course announcement today:

Hi everyone,

I would like to bring a change of procedure to your attention. In the past students have addressed me by my first name, but from now on I will follow standard procedure, which is for you to address me by my academic title, Dr. 291 more words

Higher Education

Classroom Management

Earn students respect

  1. Your words must be golden
  2. You must be the same teacher, today, and tomorrow
  3. You must never take misbehaviour personally

Quote from the article:  “Respect is earned through the honor of your word, the steadiness of your temperament, and the gentle, quiet strength of your convictions.” 42 more words

What is special about a Classroom Management perspective of the class

In this post I intend to show how an MCM perspective helps understand situations in classrooms and lead to pondering and making thoughtful decisions about these situations. 868 more words

Classroom Management

Assertiveness Training for Children

Is #bullying becoming an increasing problem in our neighborhoods and schools? Apparently so, because this is the second article I’ve received today that I want to share with my followers on Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin. 111 more words

Classroom Management

What is Reality Pedagogy? "For White Folks who Teach in the Hood"

Christopher Emdin’s book engages in dialogue with the history of indigenous education, scholars (education, sociology, history, and politics),  his classroom practices, and hip hop culture to define reality pedagogy. 925 more words

Emily Lepkowski