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Author Archives: donnadalton
You made it through last week. You have been inspired by your principal and developed professionally by the specialists. You have also reflected on these blogs, set up your classroom for success, mastered the skill of setting rules and procedures and … Continue reading
According to Margaret C. Wang, Geneva D. Haertel and Herbert J. Walberg in an Educational Leadership article titled Synthesis of Research / What Helps Students Learn?, “An analysis of 50 years of research reveals that direct influences like classroom management … Continue reading
Did you know that teachers with rules and procedures have far fewer discipline problems than teachers who lack clear, consistent rules and procedures? We have the data to support this statement through our experience with positive behavior interventions and supports. … Continue reading
This blog was posted three years ago…but the message warrants repeating. So here you go… Next Tuesday, we will welcome almost 60,000 students through our school doors and into your classrooms. Each day this week, I will highlight key strategies … Continue reading
As all good teachers do, let’s start with a quick review of the written curriculum before moving into the taught curriculum: The Standards of Learning for Virginia public schools establish minimum expectations for what students should know and be able … Continue reading
The Standards of Learning establish minimum expectations for what students should know and be able to do at the end of each grade or course. The Virginia Department of Education provides tools to support teachers in teaching the standards: Curriculum … Continue reading