This article suggests that students should assume responsibility for completing their makeup work.
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Most students and teachers are familiar with traditional scheduling. This is also known as the seven day period, where classes meet every day of the week. What are the benefits and drawbacks to this type of scheduling?
Ten percent of children with ADHD do not respond to medications while others have difficulty dealing with the unpleasant side effects. This led doctors and parents to seek alternative approaches for managing ADHD symptoms. Discover how a dose of mother nature may do your child a world of good.
With a bit of background about greenhouse gases and carbon emissions, most students will jump at any opportunity to reduce their carbon footprint. And, in the age of the Internet, it no longer takes a huge commitment – just a few clicks!
Whether it’s a last minute lesson plan, an educational tool or a reward for your students, all teachers occasionally show a film in the classroom. Consider these three outstanding nature films for your next feature flick!
Discover ways to make the most of reading aloud with children! Take advantage of natural learning times to get your child ready for school success with these extension activities.
Like in any community, children have rights. This is no different in the classroom community. Teachers should instill the basic rights of all learners in the classroom from day one.
As parents, educators and adults in general we, oftentimes, are tempted to tell children what it is that they should do, play, and be. My experience with children has taught me that this is not the way to go. My way of thinking has developed throughout the years.