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It's so exciting to hear that so many of you are going to be trying Whole Brain Teaching this year! I know I am not alone in saying this, but when you do, you will love it and want to try more and more from this great program :) If you want to read all of my posts about it, you can by clicking HERE. Having received a lot of questions about how to start using WBT in your classroom, I want to share with you the top four principles of WBT, also known as the "Core 4". The Core 4 The Core 4 are…
Teresa McAfee saved to Education
First, a *big* congrats to the two winners of my Bloglovin' Giveaway: Andrea K. & Cathy P.! Check your email, ladies, and you get the choice of any two products from my store :) Now, onto something I
Kendra Verborn saved to Teaching <3
I’m blogging over at The Primary Pack today about Whole brain Teaching! You can read my post below, but don’t forget to follow The Primary Pack so you can keep tabs on all of the amazing teacher-bloggers in our group! I’m here today to blog about classroom management. I mean, what teacher DOESN’T need a ... Read More about Whole Brain Teaching!
Stephanie Conquest saved to WBT
How Whole Brain Teaching Can Solve Your Classroom Behavior Problems and Make Teaching Fun Again! - Learning at the Primary Pond
Have a tough class? Need some new classroom management strategies? Whole Brain Teaching can transform your classroom! Learn what WBT is in this post!
Kim Wade saved to Second Grade
Whole Brain Teaching: Teach! Okay! and Switch! Click through to see how WBT can help in your Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade calssroom or homeschool! Plus there's a FREE download included, so you're sure to feel comfortable with everyt
If you've never heard of Whole Brain Teaching (WBT) then let me introduce you to the best way I've found to hold students' attention while learning.
Back in December, I told you all about my new Super Improver Wall. I met with each kids and made academic and behavioral goals for each. I wrote them down on a clipboard and would ask them at the end of each day if they were closer to their goals. If yes, they got a sticker. If no, they didn't. In my mind, this sounded like a good idea. The kids loved the new board and I loved meeting with each and adding goals to their data binders. However, I didn't love how they earned stickers. I like to…
Jenelle Crim saved to Whole brain teaching
To start at the beginning of this book club with me: Buy the book Whole Brain Teaching for Challenging Kids Read about Chapters 1 & 2 here Read about Chapters 3 & 4 here Read about Chapter 5 here Read about Chapter 6 here Read about Chapter 7 here Read about Chapters 8-10 here Read about Chapter 11 here Join the Official Book Study here I'm back with my thoughts on two more WBT techniques: Mirror & Hands and Eyes. Mirror is when you want students to mimic your gestures or to even repeat…
Vangie Hinojosa saved to Whole brain teaching
To start at the beginning of this book club with me: Buy the book Whole Brain Teaching for Challenging Kids Read about Chapters 1 & 2 here Read about Chapters 3 & 4 here Read about Chapter 5 here Read about Chapter 6 here Read about Chapter 7 here Read about Chapters 8-10 here Join the Official Book Study here The Scoreboard is WBT's classroom management tool. They don't use clip charts, stoplights, or card-pulling systems. They don't use stickers charts, prize boxes, or classroom money…
Melissa Sauer saved to Classroom Management