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Remembering Names Blackboard PP

Remembering Names Blackboard PP - First and Most Important...

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First and Most Important Instructional Decision a Teacher can Implement GETTING TO KNOW YOUR STUDENTS (Person-Centered, Humanistic Orientation ) It is WHO we teach not WHAT we teach!
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Honoring Student’s Name and, Therefore, Their Identities Adapted from: Research by Dale Carnegie Author of How to Win Friends and  Influence People Why is remembering names on the first day  important ? No matter what, you will eventually  learn all of student’s names, so why not engage in  an activity the first day learning your students  names. Many teachers have different techniques and  strategies to doing this. 
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1. Builds Community Living within communities of practice, we construct  understandings about many things; key among them is  who we are. Adolescents come to us with a range of  identities already constructed, but their identities  continue to be shaped in the time they spend with us  and their peers. As teachers, we must how are  classrooms confirm positive identities by celebrating  who adolescents are and who they continue to become. ***The students are always so impressed when you learn their names right away  and take the personal time to show that you care.
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