How to Challenge Cognitive Distortions - Live Well with Sharon Martin
You can challenge cognitive distortions and replace them with more realistic and accurate thinking using CBT or cognitive behavioral therapy.
How to play with your kids - find out why and how
How to play with your kids - Playing with your kids is so important! Learn why and how to play with your kids! Great ideas!
"So what do you think?" Tips for motivating high school students.
So what do you think? I'm betting a lot on these 5 words this year. I have definitely noticed that the first few minutes of class absolutely dictate the way the next hour or so goes. An old principal of mine really stressed the importance of strong warm ups, and it took me a long time to finally get to where my students expect them, know where they're found in the room (always in the same wire basket, which causes a panic if it's ever out of place), and what to do with them. This same…
Learn How (and why) To Prune Herbs - Scratch Mommy
Pruning herbs will help keep them healthy and attractive. It's an essential gardening task that's easy to do. Come over to learn how and why to prune herbs.
Business Analyst: Project Management Analysis Course
Learn project management techniques to increase your project success rate as a Business Analyst!
Critical Thinking Poster | Forde Ferrier Master Teaching Specialists
Keep critical thinking alive in your classroom with this 18in x 24in full color poster. Classrooms taught with the Forde-Ferrier method have consistently seen student pass rates above 90% and exemplary rates over 50%. This poster is our latest addition in providing teachers with learning tools that help students think critically in their studies. It features the six keys to critical thinking, based on Bloom's taxonomy: REMEMBER, ANALYZE, UNDERSTAND, EVALUATE, APPLY, and CREATE. Remember…
6 Questions Every Critical Thinker Should Ask | 21st Century Teaching and Learning Resources
This would be good to display in the classroom to remind students how to problem solve using their critical thinking skills.