Contributor: Regina Martin | File type : Document
How does the class know it's time to move on to a new subject? What does a student do when she's finished with her work? This document outlines procedures and resources Regina uses in managing Grades ... Read More
Contributor: Kayla Yoder | Length : 6 | File type : Video
Every spring, 5- and 6-year-olds file into the first grade classroom at Elida Mennonite School. They are here for kindergarten, their introduction to the world of classroom learning. What can they lea... Read More
Contributor: Allen Troyer | File type : Document
This document contains the policies and procedures used at Elida Mennonite School in 2016-17. Use the document as inspiration as you write your own school handbook.
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Contributor: Sheldon Kauffman | Length : 7 | File type : Audio
Is your classroom a place of peace?
Peaceful classrooms allow children to learn, says Sheldon. Even those with learning disabilities benefit from structure, order, and grace. In this excerpt from a... Read More
Contributor: Austin Shenk | File type : Document
This staff manual may serve as a source of ideas for your school's manual. Topics include staff responsibilities, guidelines for safety, discipline, and dress, and technology use.
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Contributor: Rolin Martin | Length : 9 | File type : Video
You can teach math in two ways, notes Rolin. Math can be presented as a series of rules that produce reliable results, or as a set of concepts that explain much about the world.
Much of our math te... Read More
Contributor: Aaron Derstine | Length : 45 | File type : Audio
Discipline is ultimately a liberating exercise. Students need help liberating themselves from the lack of discipline and from frivolous activities. Discipline incubates wisdom.
Contributor: Karen Nolt | File type : Document
A sample of a 5th grade classroom teacher's procedures, including specific incentives for the year based on the classroom candy land theme. Use it for inspiration as you plan your own classroom ways. ... Read More
Contributor: James A Goering II | File type : Blog Post
Correctly citing sources is often one of the least-understood parts of writing a research paper. This article will investigate reasons for citing sources, examine some misconceptions about plagiarism,... Read More
Contributor: Roy Gingerich | Length : 70 | File type : Audio
After 30 years in the classroom, a retired teacher shares things he would avoid and things he would do again if given the opportunity.