Transform learning with Teddy Talker, our unique multisensory tool to build and connect important speech, language and literacy skills. Though our kid-friendly bear face and its moveable pieces, children use hearing, vision, touch and movement to learn about speech sounds and connect them to print.Introduce Teddy through our Build and Say BEARR Pack. .
Let's face it--in a special education classroom, we deal with all kinds of problem behavior. This blog series can help you figure out the function of the challenging behaviors (completing a functional behavior assessment) and then lead you to what you can do about them. The series includes tools and tips for fitting all of this into your classroom day. via @drchrisreeve
Full of engaging, effective ways to introduce the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct and explore real-life, challenging ethical issues that face early childhood educators. Includes tools and techniques that the authors developed through their extensive experience teaching about ethics and the NAEYC Code. Companion resource to Ethics and the Early Childhood Educator: Using the NAEYC Code, Second Edition.
These boys currently live in an internally displaced persons camp in Balambala, Kenya. World Concern is working actively to provide them with the basic necessities to live a life of dignity: clean water, education about hygiene, and the tools/education to farm. I think this boy is faking a sad face!
edTech is an online magazine source that is full of resources and information for teacher in K-12 in an almost blog form. It has several different aspects where teachers can learn about specific things such as networking and the classroom. There are so many articles available for gaining knowledge about education. edTech follows the NET Standard of communicate information and ideas effectively to multiple audiences using a variety of media and formats.
Edutopia blogger Andrew Marcinek provides a thoughtful course correction for teachers facing full-on technology integration, offering three suggestions for focusing on media and balancing it with what students should be learning.
But teachers who are more advanced in using technology and more comfortable with experimenting have students rotate through different learning modalities at different times, including time for online learning, working with the teacher face-to-face, and working on projects in groups fluidly.