4 ways of teaching ELL students: integrate cultural literature, teach cross-curricular language skills, embrace language translation, and differentiate the main curriculum.
4 ways to engage your students in critical thinking: enjoy creating, develop connections, encourage creativity, and inspire reflection.
4 reasons why high school students procrastinate: relevance, perfectionism, failure, discomfort. 1 way to overcome it.
4 classroom management strategies for new teachers: have clear rules and consequences, discover your teacher voice, focus on building connections, and start with a firm grip.
3 strategies with examples that will help you get the attention of your elementary school students: repetition, movement, and props.
3 strategies that will help you develop and teach empathy through children’s literature: culture and experience, perspective empathy mapping, and dramatize the feeling.
4 strategies that are effective in handling misbehavior in the classroom: have a chat, adapt a bit, love the positive, and reinforce the behavior.
4 strategies that are effective for nonverbal behavioral management strategies in the classroom: let’s be close, firm but gentle, twitch the eye, and notes of love.
Four ways for teachers to overcome burnout and stress: love your boundaries, use your voice, create a plan and find your passion.
Three steps for teachers to practice self love when feeling anxious: sleep it off, do your thing, and develop connections.