Flexible Seating Stories From a Non-Flexible Teacher

Anna Grace WaddellBlog, Class Management, Innovation

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In This Post: The flexible seating movement has been going strong for a while now. There is a big misconception that the optimal learning environment requires kids to sit in desks with hard chairs. Flexible Seating Does Not Equal No Structure Not all teachers are the same Get out of your comfort zone. Even if flexible seating is too much, … Read More

The 5 Senses behind Classroom Management

Rae HughartAdministration, Blog, Class Management, Engagement, Innovation, Lesson Planning

In This Post: Classroom management blogs are filled to the brim with strategies and techniques to help students operate at their highest potential within the classroom environment. One idea often not discussed – the element of how a classroom’s physical space adds to classroom management success. Think of your favorite place to work; what makes it your favorite? How it … Read More

Classroom Management 101

Rae HughartBlog, Class Management, Engagement, Innovation, Mastery Learning, Self-Paced Learning

In this Post : Explore the two pillars of Classroom Management 101 : Climate / Culture & Movement Tactical approaches to begin implementing new strategies to set the tone for your classroom Exploring how movement can influence students ability to focus and accomplish tasks with ease. Classroom management is a never-ending strategy to reach your students better! Let’s explore the … Read More

52: One Drop Of Kindness – Jeffrey Kubiak talks with us about adapting, crushing it, and how one drop of kindness can be a win for everyone.

Teach Better TeamPodcast

Listen to episode 52 of the Teach Better Talk Podcast with Jeffrey Kubiak

 Elementary principal, and author of “One Drop Of Kindness,” Jeffrey Kubiak, chats about supporting his teachers no matter what, always reflecting and adjusting to adapt to what the world is doing to our kids, and how one drop of kindness can change everything. Jeff gives some insight into his book, “One Drop Of Kindness,” shocks us with his awesome … Read More

Teachers Killing the Flexible Seating Game

Rae HughartBlog, Class Management, Engagement, Lesson Planning

In This Post Celebrate the educators putting themselves out on social media to inspire & motivate others to find their own flexible seating style. Follow these flexible seating educators. Give a shout out to show your appreciation to other educators doing incredible things in their classrooms. All over the country, teachers are talking about flexible seating. It’s in our news … Read More