Teachers across the country experience times where student behavior can be especiallydifficult. Because our classrooms are changing, our resourceneeds
arealsochanging. What teacherburn out is not only affected by low salaries, assessment practices, and risinginsurancecosts;many do not feel they have the resources neededto manage theincreasingintensity of problematic student behavior. Sometimes even the most seasoned teachers don’t realize our actions canquickly escalate a situation. I wanted to share some techniques I learned as a new teacher.
Using Hoonuit’s professional development tools and technology training resources, Riverland Community College in Minnesota has been able to supplement staff training to meet the needs of educators and students.
Effective teachers can engage students in a way that brings inclusion, connectivity and meaningful learning to their classroom. Professional Development of teachers must be built around the idea of supporting the factors that make an effective teacher.
"Building the relationship with your staff that consists of constructive actionable feedback that shows the educator what was done well, what can be improved upon and gives them actionable steps that they can do to better the lesson/situation."