As an educator who wants to pursue the noble path of sharing knowledge for knowledge’s sake, I would like to blog “Teacher Tips” bi-weekly. As many teachers are not used to sharing best practices, the goal of this blog is to offer teachers simple ways to improve their practice. The tips are delivered via anecdotes titled “The Situation”, “The Solution” and “The Effects” which explain a legitimate teaching problem I had as a teacher, the solution I used to solve the problem, and the impact the changes made on my teaching. Following these anecdotes, I will provide “Teaching Tips” which are action based-solution oriented tips that you can employ in your classroom to enhance your teaching. I shall also provide links to research to further your education of the practice. To broaden the conversation, I’ll also put the tip on my Twitter page and educators such as yourselves can comment on how you’ve used the strategy, whether it works, offer a different strategy, or how you have modified the strategy for your classroom.
Happy reading and learning!
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I am an education coach and consultant as well as an executive functioning coach for children struggling with ADD/ADHD. You can also check out this blog at aquinaseducationcoaching.wordpress.com and