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Show You Care Love Your Students More Love = More Productivity More Love = Better Performance © Kappa Delta Pi 2014
Memories... Questions to Ponder What were the characteristics of your favorite teachers that made them special to you? What do you want your students to say about you and being in your class ten years from now? © Kappa Delta Pi 2014
Show You Care Greet students as they enter your classroom. Ask personal questions (without prying). Call students by name. © Kappa Delta Pi 2014
Show You Care Take interest in their interests (music, TV, movies, sports, and hobbies). Attend some of their extra-curricular activities. Catch students being good. © Kappa Delta Pi 2014
Show You Care Take time to listen to and talk with students. Communicate love and respect not only in what you say, but how you say it. Encourage efforts, even when not perfect. © Kappa Delta Pi 2014
NOT Showing Care YellingSarcasmProfanityPut-Downs © Kappa Delta Pi 2014
NOT Showing Care Mocking attitude Gossiping Ridiculing a student comment or idea Negative facial expressions or body language (e.g., rolled eyes) © Kappa Delta Pi 2014
Rx for Zest Talk with another mentor\professional you truly admire; ask questions! Observe respected teachers; learn from their teaching. Attend professional development events. Read educational journals. Inventory accomplishments; set new goals. © Kappa Delta Pi 2014
DEALING WITH DIVORCE BLENDED FAMILIES OPEN HOUSE Special Situations Involving Families © Kappa Delta Pi 2014.
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Get Organized! Preparing for the Start of a New School Year A strong start is a great beginning for a successful year... © Kappa Delta Pi 2014.
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› Child-Like – The easiest and most natural communication to use. – Very immature method and the least effective when you are an adult. › Characteristics:
BODY LANGUAGE Hospitality Basic Attitude. Negative Body Language → Slumped posture → Cracking fingers → Walking quickly → One raised eyebrow when listening.
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Partnering with Parents Parents can be a teachers best ally. No one cares more about a student than that childs parent. © Kappa Delta Pi 2014.
Teachers Doing Research : Relationship Building with Students Holly Tuft Professional Development School Student Teacher Riverside Elementary School.
Children’s Learning Styles Jim Rhodes NW District 4-H Youth Development Program Specialist September 2013.
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Thank you students and parents for attending this years Meet and Greet. I am so excited that you are here today. I look forward to speaking with you.
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Example 1. The Solution Kit…Some ideas! 1. When setting up your classroom for the year, hang posters of people interacting with each other. As that.
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EP101 Unit 7: The Importance of Communication Please have your book nearby. Feel free to chat with each other. We will start class at 10 PM ET!
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