A common misconception about #studentcenteredlearning is about the teacher’s role in the student-centered classroom. Many people think of student-centered teaching as the easy way out for a teacher as they print off some worksheets and camp out for the class… Read moreStudent-Centered Teaching: What is the Teacher’s Role?
You have probably heard rumors about student-centered learning theory and how great it is in the classroom for our current student body. But why is student-centered learning effective? There is so much interesting information surrounding student-centered learning theory that explains… Read moreWhy Student-Centered Learning?
One thing so many teachers take pride in is their classroom environment. There are so many tangible k 12 classroom supplies that can turn your room into the student-centered learning oasis of your dreams. The importance of classroom decoration should… Read more10 Teacher Supplies YOU NEED for Your Student-Centered Classroom
If you’ve ever wondered if your administrator has a distinct plan for what to look for when observing a teacher, you’re not alone. Sometimes they are very specific in their “observing teachers in the classroom checklist” and their expectations, and… Read moreClassroom Observation Tips to Wow Any Administrator
When it comes to the concept of student led conferences, I never had a full first-hand experience with one until this school year. As a high-school teacher, we never have set parent-teacher conferences like younger grades do. I would, however,… Read moreUtilizing a Student-Led Conference
Every teacher, no matter their grade level, will have at least one run in per year with a parent teacher conference. In the younger grades we know these are often scheduled en masse so parents can have a vested interaction… Read morePreparing for a Parent-Teacher Conference
The advantages of learner-centered teaching far surpass any concerns one should have about implementing this model of teaching. The characteristics of the learner-centered approach are distinct, yet easily manageable if applied properly. If you’re trying to find student-centered learning examples,… Read moreGiving Your Students an Edge with Student-Centered Learning
Whether it’s your first year teaching or retirement is on the horizon, picking a classroom layout is always one of the first things to consider when designing a classroom. There are so many variables to consider Age of students Size… Read moreDeciphering Classroom Layout
So often teachers become derailed on a lesson due to classroom management issues. No matter how strong your classroom management game might be, there will always be off days…we are dealing with young humans, for goodness sake. However, having established… Read moreEstablishing Classroom Procedures
Has the art of teaching empathy gone by the wayside? It is no secret that it seems like the concept of having empathy for one’s fellow man has been brought into question the past several decades. We are living in… Read moreTeaching Empathy to Kids