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  • Sara Your post isn't offensive to anyone and I hope you don't take offense to my response. Classroom management is a particular challenge these days - restless and unhappy kids, kids used to flicking a channel at the first flicker of boredom, a ...See More
    Sep 1, 2011
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  • Maria I am not offended by your response and thank you for taking the time. You are exactly correct that I also marvel at these classes where the young, handsome male teacher has the room hypnotized and his content is delivered all period for more than 20...See More
    Sep 1, 2011
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  • Sara br> > I do not teach a subject that lends itself to discussion of the > type that you mention. I do tell them that I am passionate about > the subject and that I will give them every chance I can to > succeed, work with them, etc. The...See More
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  • Maria Thank you for your thoughtful response, Sara I do not use textbooks in my class but I do use handouts with written instructions/notes that reinforce the lesson(s). They seem to listen to me really well whenever I talk about things that do not relate...See More
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  • Sara On 9/01/11, Maria wrote: > Thank you for your thoughtful response, Sara Buy felt and cut it into seat size squares and tape it to the bottom of the chairs. Sound bounces and as it bounces it magnifies, it essentially echoes. Felt absorbs the bou...See More
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