“I would have never talked back to a teacher.” “I am a glorified babysitter.” “All I do is manage behavior.” For years, I have overheard the rantings and frustrations over our youths’ misbehavior in the teachers’ lounge and the staff break room. I have also seen new teachers sit in their classrooms and cry because they are… Continue reading 12 Ways To Avoid Misbehavior In A Classroom Or Group Setting
I know you’ve been anxiously awaiting to learn about part II of Smart Strategies for Establishing Group and Class Routines And Procedures. You have already learned about the when, why, and how to establish routines and policies – with the added bonus of concrete examples for procedures and routines for entering the class or group. You’re… Continue reading Smart Strategies For Establishing Class And Group Routines and Procedures Part II
Recently, I was scrolling through my Facebook posts and came across the amazing accomplishments posted by friends, family, and colleagues. I was so glad to finally see positive images of people of color on social media.
Just in case you didn’t have enough to practice with “99 Practice Interview Questions,” I’ve compiled a list of 99 more practice interview questions. As an added bonus I threw in a few two-part questions, surprise now you have a few more than 99 questions to practice. I know you’re excited to get practicing! What were the… Continue reading 99 More Practice Interview Questions
Interviews can be overwhelming and intimidating. Be as prepared as you possibly can, and make sure you have all of the materials and information you need for the interview. One way to alleviate some of the pressure is to be prepared to answer questions by running through practice questions for the interview.
You are in a room anxiously awaiting your next job interview. You have prepped for the interview and just re-read the resumes. You have been trying to find the best candidates to fill the open positions and have already spent an exorbitant amount of time on interviews. You really want the next candidate to be… Continue reading What Not To Wear… On A Job Interview
Throughout the years, I have used participant journaling to increase communication, build relationships, improve writing skills and gain a perspective on what my youth had learned from our activities and lesson plans. Journal writing increases students’ communication skills, allowing them to exchange ideas and information with you informally; in turn, students will learn to form a more… Continue reading 11 Easy Tips For Incorporating Journal Writing Into Your Class Or Group