Terms and Conditions
Making Learning Fun!
The Common Core
What Kind of Teacher Are You?
Find out what kind of teacher you are:
To get the student's attention, you
Ask students to be quiet
Use a signal (hand raised, clap pattern)
Raise your voice to be heard over the noise
Flick the lights
When students are working on an assignment, you
Walk around and monitor student progress
Watch for any student not on task
Sit at your desk and grade papers
Keep asking students to focus and try
When a student calls out in class, you
Quickly correct the student and remind him of the rules
Thank the student for the answer and gently remind him that next time he needs to raise his hand first
Ignore it and continue teaching
Ask the student to pleeaassee remember to raise his and before calling out
Johnnie comes to you in tears after being hit on the playground, you
Tell Johnnie that it's ok and you will talk to the other student
Have Johnnie and the other student apologize to each other
Send Johnnie to the school counselor
Quickly discipline the student who started the fight
Know that you are in charge and would never disobey
Are out of control
Often disobey and you're not sure what you are doing wrong
Have their share of problems, but understand the consequences for their actions
You find yourself often...
Raising your voice to be heard above the students.
Being ignored by students, but it doesn't really bother you.
Repeating yourself several times over.
Sharing times of learning without having to give many commands.
You would describe your students as:
A great group of students!
Frustrating - they just don't listen!
Um, I'm not sure?
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