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  • Why Classrooms Need Consequences?

    Why Classrooms Need Consequences?

    As I enter the classroom, the clock on the wall reminds me of the importance of consequences. They serve as a guide, helping students develop responsible behavior and shape their character. But why do classrooms need consequences? It’s not just about punishment or control. Consequences play a crucial role in managing behavior, promoting accountability, and…

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  • Do routines need to be done perfectly?

    Routines don’t have to be perfect. Many of us wonder if perfection is necessary for success, but that may not be the case. In fact, imperfections can be beneficial. Let’s look at this perspective on the pursuit of perfection and uncover the reasons why flawless routines may not be required to achieve our goals. Your…

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  • How Do You Calm a Dysregulated Child in the Classroom?

    How Do You Calm a Dysregulated Child in the Classroom?

    A dysregulated child in the classroom can create a disruptive atmosphere for educators and classmates. As teachers, it’s important for us to know how to calm these children and guide them towards a peaceful state. But how do we achieve this balance? In this discussion, we will explore strategies and techniques to support dysregulated children…

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  • 15 Practical Ways to Future-Proof Your Teaching as a Teacher

    I came across a list of 15 effective and practical ways to future-proof my teaching as a teacher. As I read through the points, I couldn’t help but feel intrigued by the potential these strategies hold for improving my teaching skills and preparing my students for the ever-changing education landscape. From embracing technology to fostering…

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  • 21 Team Building Activities for Middle School

    21 Team Building Activities for Middle School

    As a middle school teacher, you may think that team building activities for your students can take up a lot of time and may not be effective. However, incorporating these activities into your curriculum can greatly impact your students’ social and emotional development. By promoting teamwork and cooperation, these activities can create a positive and…

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