Direct connection with studentsa unique identities is the key to teaching them. Every student possesses a distinct combination of strengths and insecurities that will not respond to a one-size-fits-all teaching method. Reach Before You Teach shows educators how to form the nurturing, individualized connections that make students feel worthy, fulfilled, and ready to flourish as learners. The book details: Practical, empowering information about how a sense of self comes to be, and what threatens it. Interventions that soften the myriad defenses students develop to protect themselves. How to address the often-overlooked connections between physical, social, and emotional health and classroom performance.Create a comfortable sleep environment: Check that the temperature is set at the right level for you, the blinds are shut, and enough blankets are on the bed. acac Turn off the television, computer, and the iPad: Light-emitting screens inhibit quality of sleep (Milian, 2010). The content ... Try to avoid naps: If teens do want to nap, suggest napping before 3 p.m. and for no more than 20 ... By acknowledging that you are being cognizant of their need to balance 126 ac Reach Before You Teach.
|Title||:||Reach Before You Teach|
|Author||:||Paula Prentis, Chris Parrott, Amy Smith|
|Publisher||:||Corwin Press - 2013-10-01|