It also helps to set up and continuously reinforce behaviors and expectations. Sometimes, don’t you feel like a broken record? You find yourself repeating the same directions over and over. Well, for sanity reasons, we make a chart and we review, review, review. Then if someone is off task or is not following our agreed-upon directions, I can direct that child’s attention to our anchor chart. This prevents the “locking horns” that can sometimes take place.
My teaching career allowed me to experience teaching to different age groups and in different classroom environments. My heart belongs to early childhood education and I love working with other teachers who share this same love as me. Read More