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Connecting With Students[1]


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Connecting With Students[1]

  1. 1. Connecting With Students<br />E/BD Methods Sped 478, Instructor Anne Goldade<br />Seth Lachowitzer<br />
  2. 2. Personal Connection<br />Personal Index Cards (21)<br />A Smile (22)<br />Greeting Students (23)<br />B-Day Cards (24) <br />Pictures (24)<br />Hand out your own information card <br />Talk to the students about things that are happening now “NBA playoffs”<br />Reference different school related sports or activities<br />Take a personal interest in their interest<br />From Mendler:<br />Other Methods:<br />
  3. 3. Academic Connection<br />Congratulate students (45)<br />Offer Personal Best awards (44) <br />Have open ended questions (47)<br />Consult faculty (48)<br />Show pictures of yourself if you have traveled to a place the students are learning about<br />Talk about why you like a particular topic and what makes it interesting for you<br />From Mendler:<br />
  4. 4. Social Connection<br />Have a thank you center or bulletin board (64)<br />Play “Find someone who” (64)<br />Sponsor a charity (65)<br />Have students develop classroom rules (68)<br />Encourage a friendly rivalry with another class by competing in your own academic debate or jeopardy game<br />
  5. 5. A Great Teaching philosophy For All Classrooms <br />Provide a safe and positive learning environment one that welcomes a variety of learning styles and encourages students to share their opinions while respecting the opinions of others<br />