A Differentiated Approach for Supporting Behavioral Growth in the Classroom
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Posts tagged with "self-reflection"

'That's Not Appropriate!'

Posted by Valentine Burr on Tuesday, Mar 19, 2013

Recently I have had several animated conversations with teachers and soon-to-be-teachers about this phrase (and versions of it). Since it has been rattling around in my head, I've decided to tackle it here. "That's not appropriate," is one of those common teacher phrases that can become like breathing. It's language ...


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Building a Relationship with Our Students: Concluding Thoughts

Posted by Pamela M. Jones on Monday, Nov 5, 2012

Part Three of an Interview with Jillian Crowther, 9th Grade Teacher In this final installment of our interview series with Jillian Crowther, we hear concluding and illuminating thoughts on building relationships with students. Click here for Parts One and Two. Pam: Sounds like you advocate for your students by deciding ...


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Knowing Yourself as a Teacher, Learner & Person

Posted by Pamela M. Jones on Wednesday, Oct 3, 2012

The Connection to Successful Behavioral Intervention Do you understand your strengths and challenges as a learner? Are you apt to do more direct instruction or guided inquiry with your students? Further, are you comfortable or uncomfortable when your students are confused about a concept and are asking you how to ...


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