Education is not a one size fit all concept. Instead it is an act of collaboration and sharing. With the field of education continuously evolving, it is absolutely vital that you keep up to date with the various ins-and-outs within the education sector. Below, I have provided several tips and how-to guides for how new and veteran teacher can better prepare themselves for the next academic calendar year. Many of these slideshow presentations discuss various tactics on classroom management, student data tracking, reading, writing, and language art tips, and former elementary / middle school lesson plans. If you would like to learn more, please visit my SlideShare account here: Noble Newman Presentations. Other take a look at my blog page where I discuss the most up to date current even news, concepts, and educational pedagogies that are going on in the world today. Remember, every child deserves an excellent set of education. In order for that to happen, we as educators need to learn, grown, and develop, both personally and professionally so that our scholars can grow to the lawyers, doctors, and business leaders that they are meant to be.
When it comes to teaching and education, student tracking will always be one of the biggest game changers in shaping, teaching, and developing your students into scholars. Tracking will allow you to internalize the strengths and weaknesses of your students, while also strategize and plan various objectives that can help you reach your overall academic goals. To learn more about strong and effective teacher tracking, take a look at my slideshow presentation above.
Classroom management is all about ironing out all of the logistics within your students’ day-to-day learning. To help you with this process, I have outline a very popular tactic that is utilized in many classrooms throughout the nation called Cornell Notes. With Cornell Notes, you will be able to provide your students with a well-organized platform to take notes, ask questions, and review for studying in the most optimal way possible.
Great readers are not born. Instead, they are grown through various educational pedagogies and reading tactics during their formative years within education. When it comes to teaching Reading and Language Arts, it is imperative that you implement various tactics for our scholars so that they can hone, practice, and perfect their skills each and everyday. This can be something as intense as reading with your child to putting the ‘captions’ feature on while they are watching their favorite television show. Whatever tactic you choose, make sure you stay consistent with it.
With the course of education changing, research has shown how beneficial small group dynamics can be within the classroom. To help you with this, I have provided various tactics that can help cultivate and shape a strong learning environment for your scholars.
When it comes to the classroom, it is vital that you come up with new and innovative tactics that can meet your students’ understanding. Remember, education is not a one-size-fit-all model. There will be times where you will need to think outside of the box with your lesson plans in order for your students to learn and internalize them. For math lessons, especially Geometry, many of these skills can be taught using interactive real life situations. Don’t just stay within the parameters of your book. Instead, leverage the resources around you and make teaching fun!
Black History Month has become an a vital part of the education system. With our times going through a variety of changes, teaching our students about ‘change’ and ‘social justice’ will help them gain a new perspective on the world. In my presentation, I have outlined various projects you can utilized for your students for Black History Month. Remember, our past is what makes us who we are. As teachers, it is your job to establish that knowledge and provide a new perspective for a better and brighter future.
Reading, by no means, will always be a very difficult subject to teach. To help you with this, I have outlined five must-know tips when teaching your kids to read. By teaching your children to read, you will be able to provide them with the necessary skills to think critically, write analytically, and speak knowledgable about the world around them. In my presentation, I review some of the current and innovative educational pedagogies that many teachers and educational experts alike have used within their classrooms.