atlantic.cerebralgardens.com/map85.php Yelling only works in the moment. Behavior only changes when students want to behave better—which is the result of strict accountability combined with a teacher they like and trust. In the end, yelling causes more misbehavior, not less. Yelling will cause students to secretly dislike you , distrust you, and desire to disrupt your class. Even one revengeful student can make your life miserable. You need your students on your side.
Teachers who yell tend to do so instead of following their classroom management plan. So instead of sitting in time-out and reflecting on their mistake, your students will be seething at you. When you yell, you train your students to listen to you only when you raise your voice. Yelling is a sure sign that you let misbehavior get under your skin. I always used to read piece of writing in news papers but now as I am a user of net therefore from now I am using net for articles or reviews, thanks to web.
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Also for teachers at different times in the year I will send an email asking how things are going, if they need any projects worked on, copies made, etc. Just letting that teacher know you are available to help make their job easier means a lot. You'd be surprised how much a box of Ziplocs or extra post-its will mean! I've never been a teacher I don't know that I have what it takes, this is my observations of how we all can reach out to those who play a huge role in molding our children's lives.
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I want to to thank you for your time just for this wonderful read!! I definitely enjoyed every part of it and I have you saved to fav to look at new information on your website. Thanks for all you do. How sad it is to read some of the negative comments. I teach 2nd grade and love getting these little gifts. Yes I love gift cards but a gift is a gift. You take it and say thank you! I am also a mom who loves to do these for my kid's teachers. It is just nice to have someone think of you and a cute phrase doesn't hurt.
To all of the Teachers out there. I do believe you are under payed and under appreciated. It is sad this country will pay someone millions of dollars to play sports.. I have 2 full grown children and while raising them almost everything on a daily basis was a challenge, can't not even image what our Teacher's endure each day while trying to teach our children. I wish I had the power to change the way things are.. Thank you to all the great Teacher's out there! To 4 Sarah If so you apparently are in the wrong profession This Note is for Sarah. Thanks God you are a former teacher and I feel so sorry for the 30 children you took care in your years of service; as a parent the worst thing is to have an arrogant and careless teacher for my kids.
I truly hope teachers like you be smarter and instead of choosing teaching as a career choose a more profitable profession like Engineering or Medicine, but I guess that will also be too hard for you. For all those teachers out there who really love their jobs a huge appreciation in all ways, let me say thank you for making my kids life important and teaching them that good knowledge and good people is what this world should be full of, because teacher are an extension of the parents at school. Sarah I hope your retirement be happy and not even your grandsons or granddaughters bother you too much!
For someone like, who has a hard time coming up with things to say to a teacher without coming off too mushy lol because my child's teacher this year really has made a huge impact on her I think these sayings are cute and say thanks in a different and lighthearted way : My child's teacher lives snapple so I got a six pack of snapple and attached a little not that said ' thanks for making this year a snap'. Anyway thanks for sharing you ideas with all of us :. Thanks so much for this great website and ideas. It isn't the size of the gift that matters. It is knowing that your hard work is appreciated.
So to all you parents out there who do things like this for your kids' teachers-Please continue to do so. We really are happy that you appreciate us. So happy I found this on pinterest today! I think it is important to thank your child's teacher whenever possible. I don't think it's important that the gift be expensive, but something that your child can be involoved in to learn about giving thanks.
Sarah, I was disappointed to find such a negative post on a site designed to give praise to YOUR profession. If you don't like your job then you are the only one to blame; not the 30 kids that drain the energy out of you. I hope you don't have kids of your own with that attitude. I too, debated and mulled over what to do for my teenagers' teachers.
They have truely been a blessing to me. So as I walked around the store, I thought I wanted to give them something special that doesn't go bad, doesn't make you fat since so many of the teachers are health concious. I went with a short vase with the colored blue and green glass stones. I then took pens and bought artificial flowers and floral tape. I attatched the flowers to the pens. The pens stand up in the vases like a bouquet of spring flowers. But I was at a loss for what to write on the plain gift bags.
To Sarah, it's a good thing you DON'T teach at my kids' school because you wouldn't have been given the option to retire. With an attitude like yours, you would have been fired!!!! When teachers are trying to teach kids attiude is one of the hurdles teachers must overcome. You however are not being a very good role model. So how can you honestly expect a classroom of 30 kids to act accordinly if you yourself can't keep it together. Great ideas for appreciating teachers or anyone who makes our lives a little easier. As a current teacher Sarah's posting was rather disturbing.
I am glad that you are a "recently former teacher" because teachers like you give the rest of us a bad rap. Yes, having little notes from students and parents ARE wonderful and I treasure the ones I have gotten in the last 21 years. I appreciate ALL the little "rewards" I receive from my students and their parents, even the candy bars with the goofy puns.
Sometimes it might just be the comment as they leave the class, "Wow! I can't believe class is over already! SARAH why do you even teach? You went into this profession knowing the pay is little, and that it's very hard work. You touch lives everyday and that should be PAY enough. The mini treats and puns are just extra I'm very disappointed in your comment: I hope your poor attitude doesn't carry over into your classroom. I forgot I am a now, stay at home mom, but before the kids and once they are grown, I will go back to teaching middle school!
Love that age! My son just started school this year and my daughter preschool Thank you again!! Wow Sarah I'm seriously disgusted by you! If my child were to ever get a teacher like you I'd yank him out of your class so quick! Teacher, Sarah needs a new profession. Sounds like she's burned out.
Is that truely what she thinks when anyone student or parent makes a kind gesture giving a cute little something, that says we are thinking of you! Sarah, you knew before going into the profession,that it entailed, including pay With an attitude like that how effective can you be?
I normally do not post comments on sites but I have to agree with others, Sarah obviously should have retired a long time ago. Sarah must not have appreciated things parents did for her. I have been involved with PTO for years. Maybe she would have preferred that but your ideas are great. It is difficult to come up with ideas because I know teachers receive so many gifts. I would think receiving a small token of appreciation would be mean so much. Sarah needs to remember that parents with PTO volunteer their time and don't get paid. I do PTO because I appreciate all that teachers do in educating our students.
Teachers do not get enough respect or appreciation for all that they do but when you have one sour apple like Sarah make ugly comments to you, it makes me upset. I have put hours and hours in planning for teacher appreciation week at the school where my child attends but thinking a teacher has negative comments to make like Sarah honestly makes me not want to do PTO.
I feel I am wasting my time and energy in trying to make a special week for everyone if that is how teachers feel I think Sarah is an exception. If you have negative comments to make, leave them off this site because I think the ideas that have been shared have been 'GREAT". Thanks for sharing!!! Thank you very much for these cute ideas.
As a teacher myself, I always appreciate any little gift of thoughtfulness that comes my way. I too pan to use one of these ideas to brighten the day of my fellow teachers. Your sight was exacty what I was looking for today. Thank you for helping to bring a little sunshine into the classroom. Carolyn your so right the post is very informative thank for this cute saying I'm glad I get to read this post.
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Come join us! We would love to have you at greatastestuesdays. Meredith unOriginalMom. I was a teacher for 4 years before becoming a stay at home mom, and teacher appreciation day was one of my favorite days of the year! Thanks for sharing these cute sayings Allyson All Our Days. Such clever saying and gift ideas. We've love for you to show your posts with our readers at our Finished Friday Link-up. Sarah seems a little burned out, but her main thought seems to be It really is important to feel respected, and appreciated.
One does not need to spend money, or go to a lot of time to make a cute thing, a simple heart felt thank you, is very effective. They are a lovely way to brighten the day, bring a smile, and a laugh. Who couldn't appreciate that? Teachers who posted You are right, there are fewer and fewer of us, who make a great effort, to MAKE the time, to thank you People who take the enormous time to make places like this, for those of us who are really good at copying and adapting others work I agree that any token of gratitude would be greatly appreciated.
I am also a teacher and plan to use one of these ideas to bestow upon my co-workers because we all need all of the kindess and support we can get these days. Thanks for posting this great list of ideas!
As a teacher, for someone to give me anything for all the hard work we do is very much appreciative. I love my job and would never think of doing anything else.