Art Show

So, I had an Artists’ Reception at a local art supply store last night. The some of the staff at my school were meeting at a bar 3 doors away from the art supply store. One teacher came to see the show. Yes, everyone in the school received information about the art show.

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itsssnix:

betheteacheryouloved:

sumardihamid:

Curious about the level of engagement of your students in your class?
This infographic will help you to understand about the engagement levels of your students. It is inevitable for teachers to know the engagement levels of their students so that they will be able to recognize and understand the status of their classroom, whether or not it is the highly engaged, well-managed or pathological classrooms. Having that in mind, the teachers can do something to improve the status of the classroom if it needs remedial actions before it becomes worst.
Source: http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2013/11/a-must-see-visual-featuring-5-levels-of.html
Other links: http://www.schlechtycenter.org/system/tool_attachment/4046/original/sc_pdf_engagement.pdf?1272415798http://www.cobbk12.org/sites/ALT/training/forms/cwt/Engagement.ppt

Very informative. I like that it shows there is no such thing as “perfect.”

Whoa - I never reblog, but this is incredibly useful. I’d like to map out my classes with this.

itsssnix:

betheteacheryouloved:

sumardihamid:

Curious about the level of engagement of your students in your class?

This infographic will help you to understand about the engagement levels of your students. It is inevitable for teachers to know the engagement levels of their students so that they will be able to recognize and understand the status of their classroom, whether or not it is the highly engaged, well-managed or pathological classrooms. Having that in mind, the teachers can do something to improve the status of the classroom if it needs remedial actions before it becomes worst.

Source: http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2013/11/a-must-see-visual-featuring-5-levels-of.html

Other links:
http://www.schlechtycenter.org/system/tool_attachment/4046/original/sc_pdf_engagement.pdf?1272415798
http://www.cobbk12.org/sites/ALT/training/forms/cwt/Engagement.ppt

Very informative. I like that it shows there is no such thing as “perfect.”

Whoa - I never reblog, but this is incredibly useful. I’d like to map out my classes with this.