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Principals Diary

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  1. Tips for Teachers

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    • Rely on good researchPromote the adoption of reading instruction programs in your school that are based on sound research and that provide all children with explicit, systematic instruction in phonics and exposure to rich literature, both fiction and nonfiction.
    • Push for good professional developmentInsist on high quality instructional strategies that includes discussion of research on how children learn to read as well as extensive in-class follow-up.
    • Make success school widePromote adoption of effective reading instruction and professional development methods.
    • Team up with parentsInvolve parents in support of their children’s reading. Work with parents and guardians to ensure that their children arrive at school ready to learn every day. Children should spend more time reading than is available at school, and teachers can reinforce this important point to parents and provide ideas on how to make reading an everyday activity in their home.
    • How’s it going?Assess students’ progress regularly.
    • Small classes pay big dividendsEncourage school officials to reduce class size for reading instruction and to provide tutoring for students who fall behind. Changes in school organization may be necessary to create more appropriate class groupings and effective uses of special education, Title I, and other supplementary resources.
    • Be alert to older non-readersReading success is especially critical in the early grades because it is easier to prevent reading problems than to remediate them. Teachers at all grade levels should keep an eye out for students having trouble with reading. One-to-one tutoring programs built on sound phonetic principles can often make a remarkable difference in students’ reading performance in a period of months. Teachers can help ensure that older students reading below grade levels have level-appropriate texts for independent reading.
    • Use help wiselyClassroom paraprofessionals involved in reading education should receive the training and support necessary to enable them to make a significant contribution to children’s reading achievement. Teachers should utilize paraprofessionals in ways that augment the research-based reading program used in the classroom and allow students to receive more individualized support. Volunteers should also receive adequate training and supervision, should be assigned work with children who can benefit from their assistance, and they should operate consistently with the reading program of the school.
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  2. Twenty Tips on Motivating Students

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    Few teachers would deny that motivated students are easier to teach, or that students who are interested in learning do, in fact, learn more. So how do teachers motivate their students? Here are some practiced, tried-and true strategies to get (and keep) your students interested in learning. Know your students’... Comment
  3. Be a Pro-Change Teacher

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    Many teachers (especially experienced ones) suffer from what I call “change phobia.” And if not carefully monitored, even new teachers can be inflicted with this the career-ending disease. What is “change phobia” you ask? It’s exactly what you may think it is; it’s an unhealthy fear of change. As teachers,... Comment
  4. Go for Your Teaching Goals

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      by Professor Joe Martin Here’s a question, “Do you know how advertisers get us to buy things?” Is it by creating a desire for it? Is it by creating fear of not having it? You’re right in both cases, but a more subtle way that seems to be more... Comment
  5. Homework Wars

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    By: Rachelle Nones   Kids don’t want to do it. Teachers don’t want to grade it. Experts don’t even know if it has any true education value.  So the question is: Is homework really necessary? No thorough answer to the homework question would be complete without the input of students. After surveying... Comment

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