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Old 02-29-2016, 02:17 PM
 
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Hello everyone. I am currently a student working on getting her degree in Early Childhood Education. I was wondering if anyone could give me general advice about teaching, fun lesson ideas/activities, what works in in the classroom, what doesn't work so well, and so on. I appreciate any and all advice! Thank you!


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I am a nursery school teacher and studying at the same time. I have two systems I my class, one is the helper system, where I pick helpers for the day. Then I have what I like to call the robot system. I have three cardboard circles in my class against the wall, one red, one yellow, one green. Everybody in class starts everyday on the green circle as the day goes and there are misbehaviour they move their name to the yellow circle and then ultimately to the red circle if the behaviour is really bad. Just above my circles I have a star of the week chart. At the end of the day the children get a corresponding dot for which ever circle they are on. At the end of the week the child with the most green dots gets a certificate and a treat.

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