Thought For The Day: Life-Changing Traits | toomanysusans

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How to Discipline Without Stress, Punishment, or Rewards | ThoughtCo | toomanysusans

How can we discipline students, so we as teachers can do our jobs and teach these young children who refuse to learn?

People are not changed by other people. People can be coerced into temporary compliance. But internal motivation—where people want to change—is more lasting and effective. Coercion, as in punishment, is not a lasting change agent. Once the punishment is over, the student feels free and clear. The way to influence people toward internal rather than external motivation is through positive, non-coercive interaction.

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BBC to help students identify ‘fake news’ | BBC News | toomanysusans

The BBC is launching a new scheme to help young people identify real news and filter out fake or false information.

The project is targeted at secondary schools and sixth forms across the UK.

From March, up to 1,000 schools will be offered mentoring in class and online to help them spot so-called fake news.

Kamal Ahmed and Tina Daheley are among BBC journalists who will take part in events targeted at pupils.

BBC Director of News James Harding: “Some information is downright lies.”

Read the full article here: BBC to help students identify ‘fake news’ | BBC News

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Free Printables Archives | | toomanysusans

Free printables and free downloads for your classroom! You won’t want to miss these free teacher resources that you and your students will love. Make your teacher life easier with these worksheets, rubrics, posters, crafts, and more.

Source: Free Printables Archives | WeAreTeachers
Filed under: Downloads, Infographics, Photos & Clip Art Tagged: Continuing Professional Development (CPD), downloads, education, learner engagement, learning, posters, rubrics,

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The teacher, the riddle and the morbid answer | BBC Three | toomanysusans

You’re a teacher, it’s a new term and you’re back in class ready to educate the next generation.

You don’t want your classes to be boring – you want to make the children think, but to do it in a fun way. So, a riddle it is then. That’s presumably what California teacher Bret Turner thought when he presented his young class with his ‘Puzzle of the week’.

So, behold the mighty riddle…

Bret explain the answer as well as what happened next in his class: The teacher, the riddle and the morbid answer | BBC Three
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