Cathedral Building

Another Teaching Blog

  1. mrsjdr reblogged this from shapefutures and added:
    There really isn’t anything I learned (or am learning) on my own that I wish someone in some class had told me about....
  2. paintbrushdrive reblogged this from theimprobablefiction and added:
    Like everyone is saying, my special ed class DID introduce me to the various learning disorders and resources to help...
  3. shapefutures reblogged this from theimprobablefiction
  4. girlwithalessonplan reblogged this from theimprobablefiction and added:
    My special ed class was a joke. It was mostly about a spectrum of special ed diagnoses, but there was nothing tangible...
  5. lovelylou242 reblogged this from theimprobablefiction
  6. coloursinaflower reblogged this from theimprobablefiction and added:
    I wish I had better instruction on best practices in teaching math.
  7. tomes-away said: I didn’t take education classes, but I wish there was a way to learn if people LIKED kids before they became classroom teachers. So often, they don’t, and it causes trouble. The classroom shouldn’t just be a stepping stone to a “better” job later on.
  8. teachinginthemiddle said: how to deal with other teachers—when you have to co-teach (not student teaching) and especially when you differ in views about teaching
  9. tnteacher reblogged this from theimprobablefiction and added:
    I would have to say one thing I learned is that a classroom management plan needs to be flexible. I was trying to...
  10. hithertokt said: Being relaxed, flexible, and willing to laugh and allow moments of play are worth their weight in classroom management gold.
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