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Written by Josh Satterfield on March 23rd 2020
Google Hangouts are a great way to check-in with your students each day or week depending on your needs. I have found that checking in virtually with my students brings hope and encouragement to your students, parents, and to yourself. It also puts a HUGE smile on their faces! I mean HUGE! 
Written by Josh Satterfield on November 3rd 2019
By this time of the year, you probably are having some moments where you feel like you’ll lose your mind if you have to repeat the directions one. more. time. You may have felt this since September, and that’s typical for teachers. A big part of a teacher’s job is to teach students how to listen and follow directions so that they can be self-directed and independent in their work. This will only take place with repetition and reinforcement of the directions.
Written by Josh Satterfield on October 5th 2019
Research is showing us more and more about how suspensions do not improve a school’s environment. Zero-tolerance policies may seem like the answer to bad behavior in the heat of the moment. But they’re not the answer...
Written by Josh Satterfield on August 22nd 2019
Carol Dweck's book titled, Mindset provides its readers with a clear understanding between a fixed and growth mindset...
Written by Josh Satterfield on July 19th 2019
Your class is set up and you’re feeling as ready as possible for your new group of students. Name tags are made, bulletin boards are adjusted, and the first-day schedule is displayed...
Written by Josh Satterfield on June 8th 2019
Understanding the differences between the amount of learning in a teacher vs student-centered pedagogy classroom ...
Written by Josh Satterfield on June 8th 2019
Technology in education is engaging and empowering for the students in this generation. I feel that it’s essential for the classroom, especially if the goal is to educate and prepare students for an ever-changing global society...
Written by Josh Satterfield on June 8th 2019
Self-reported grades have a large effect on student outcome. John Hattie’s research has provided us an updated list of factors related to student achievement putting self-reported grades in second place with a 1.33 effect size...
Written by Josh Satterfield on May 1st 2019
This year, I was teaching place value to the thousandths place to fifth graders. To integrate movement into this learning objective, I printed whole numbers and a decimal point on computer paper and placed them in plastic sleeve covers...
Written by Josh Satterfield on Oct. 16th 2018
As a teacher, it's crucial to create and gather daily formative assessment data that is manageable and meaningful. However, it seems we often lean towards paper and pencil exit slips that use up a lot of paper and fill up our evenings with grading papers...
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