Twenty year teaching veteran Anthony Cody shares his list of lessons learned about classroom management. They make common sense and provide useful insights and reminders for most teachers. Great suggestions, Anthony.
I too found textbook published tests and quizzes too difficult for students in my classes. So, I showed them how to complete the tests and to use them as study guides. It only took one prompt for some students and a couple of weeks for all 35 or more in the class, including special ed students, to increase their scores. Those increases apparently paid them off enough for them to continue increasing enough through the year that about half of them successfully completed much of their next grade’s text tests.
Your lessons, Anthony, work for teachers with and without mobile PCs in classrooms. Thanks for sharing them.