Signs to Identify Weak Students in the Classroom

Posted by | November 24, 2022

Preparing report card comments involves concentrated effort and time on the teacher’s part to ensure all students receive fair and individualized communication on their learning development. Here’s how to identify weak students in the classroom. Signs of Weak Students in the Classroom By acknowledging the reason behind a student falling behind or lack of motivation with one or more particular subjects, the teacher is then able to develop a sound learning plan. A student with poor reading skills may have trouble properly reading sentences aloud. This form of literacy weakness can be reflected in their work via poor writing skills.…

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4 Digital Classroom Management Strategies for Teachers During the Lockdown

Posted by | April 23, 2020

The current COVID-19 crisis has changed the way students are learning. With schools closed for an indeterminate period of time (likely until the end of the school year), teachers have had to think outside of the box and get creative when it comes to lesson planning. Now more than ever, it’s important for teachers to incorporate digital classroom management strategies into their lesson planning. If you are a teacher who is trying to maneuver through this unprecedented…

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7 Keys to Writing Constructive Report Card Comments for Students

Posted by | March 26, 2020

Every teacher needs to give their students feedback to help them track their progress and improve over the year. However, after teaching for years, it can be a challenge to discover new and creative ways to give feedback and help your students be more efficient. If you want to write better report card comments for your students, here are seven key tips to consider. Goal-Referenced To provide effective feedback to your students, you must write constructive report…

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Effective Ways to Give Productive Feedback to Students

Posted by | February 24, 2020

When it’s time to write your report card comments, it is important to be as effective as possible. You want to clearly express where your students are succeeding, explain where they need to improve, and provide them actionable ways to meet their goals. Here are some helpful tips for writing productive feedback for students. Be Affirmative on What Is Right Giving feedback to your students is not about focusing on the negatives or generalizing the positives. Comments…

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Classroom Management Strategies for Teachers to Use in 2020

Posted by | January 29, 2020

A new generation of teachers, tech-incorporated learning, and changing student behaviors have all led to a drastic change in the way classrooms function. As a result, teachers have needed to adjust how they manage the classroom. If your management techniques are no longer effective in this new generation, it may be a struggle to keep your students attentive and interested. As a teacher, here are some excellent classroom management strategies you can use to ensure your students…

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Tips to Write Constructive Criticism in Report Card Comments

Posted by | December 20, 2019

Feedback is crucial for all students but sometimes the comments you need to make as a teacher are hard to hear. However, there is a way for teacher report card comments to be both constructive and positive. By creating thoughtful and effective responses, you can lead your students to a greater sense of engagement, willingness in their ability to accomplish the task, and the motivation to do so. Here are some helpful tips for how to write…

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