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October 13, 2011

How Do You Respond To "Unpredictable" Student Behavior?

This week's question comes from Eric Skoog, who asks: How can you minimize unpredictable behaviors that negatively affect your classroom? I'm sure we all have experienced "unpredictable" (what a diplomatic way of phrasing it, Eric!) student behaviors in our classes. What strategies have you found...

September 24, 2011

Response: Several Ways To Help Students Develop Self-Control

Last week, I posed the question: How can we help students develop self-control? As I mentioned in that post, I've received several months-worth of questions so far (please keep 'em coming!), but now and then I'm also planning to include a question that I've come up with....and I'll label them as "...

August 30, 2011

Response: Several Ways To Help Students Become Better Listeners

Chris Moore asked: "How do you teach people to LISTEN better? Everyone seems to want very individualized instructions. They don't listen to any of the instructions and then the minute they have a problem with the assignment they want me to explain it all over again to them personally. It seems t...

August 25, 2011

How Can We Help Students Develop Better Listening Skills?

This week's question comes from Chris Moore, who asks: "How do you teach people to LISTEN better? Everyone seems to want very individualized instructions. They don't listen to any of the instructions and then the minute they have a problem with the assignment they want me to explain it all over a...

August 24, 2011

Response: Several Ways To 'Motivate' the Unmotivated To Learn

Cyndy Woods-Wilson asked: How can we "motivate" the unmotivated to learn something new? It's a great question, and is surely one often on the minds of educators everywhere. I especially liked how Cyndy put the word "motivate" in quotation marks, because it reflects what I learned during my 19 yea...

August 18, 2011

How Can We "Motivate" the Unmotivated To Learn?

This week's question comes from Cyndy Woods-Wilson, who asks: How can we "motivate" the unmotivated to learn something new? This is a question that I'm sure has crossed many educators' minds. Please leave your responses to Cyndy's question in the comments section of this post. I'll share a few ...

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