Successful Classroom management of difficult children
So true, there are a lot of things we don't get about teaching in college. That could be a whole course in college couldn't it?
I would want to know about how to teach sped kids in an inclusion gen ed classroom.
I WISH that I had learned about how to differentiate like a pro. Also about the different and BEST ways to sort paperwork. AND about classroom management techniques that REALLY work. All of that would have been GREAT in the beginning!SaraMiss V's Busy Beesventrellasara@gmail.com
In college they told us we may have one student not on grade level. They didn't tell us or prepare us for the fact that you could wind up with kids on all different levels. My first job was teaching third grade and I had kids on kindergarten level all the way through a fourth grade level. I was NOT prepared for that!
I took up elementary education in college. Grades K-6 is a huge category to cover in a four year college program. I now know just how much difference there is between Kindergarten and 6th grade! My biggest thing that I wish they would have given more time to than just one course is reading, it is so fundamental and one course was not nearly enough to prepare me.
I wish they had spent more time discussing Differentiated Instruction. I also wish I had learned more about Urban education. Thanks for hosting such a great giveaway!Emilyscheinbere@hotmail.com
There's so much you don't learn in college! I'll be very interested to see what you have to say! KristinTeaching In A Nutshell
I wish they taught us more about handling larger than normal class sizes and how to prioritize the needs of students with different learning processes in these 30+ classrooms.
I wish that they would have spent more time on all around management skills! :)
I would have to say learning to write -shaunie on rafflecopter