As the new school year begins, many teachers are wondering what they’re going to be able to do with their new students and how they’ll be able to motivate them. This is why the first few days of school are so important. They set the tone for the entire year. Consider the words of Harry Wong:
As a seasoned educator, I can tell you that taking the first few days to establish relationships, expectations, and routines with my students has paid significant dividends. It has positively impacted our classroom climate and has resulted in increased instructional time over the course of the school year. These, in turn, have resulted in improved learning and outcomes for my students. If you are interested in sharing how you do this or to get ideas, please visit the website and complete an inquiry form. I'm happy to help.
About The Author:
John Marderosian is the founder, owner, and operator of Innovative Education Solutions. He has more than 15 years of experience improving student outcomes and closing achievement gaps, as well as increasing the capacity of teachers to accomplish the same with their students.