Teachers are in a good position to act as positive role models for students, parents and the community.
As a teacher, you know that students watch what you say and do very carefully.
Hang or place the questions or prompts in various places around the classroom to create six stations. Begin At their first station, groups will read what is posted and one recorder should write the group’s responses, thoughts, and comments on the chart paper or white board.
Images, documents, problems, or quotes may also be used. Group Group students into teams of three to five students, depending on the size of the class. For individual student accountablility, you may also have the students record their own responses on a worksheet (see template below), or put their initials below what they wrote.
You may also need to clarify or provide hints if students don't understand or misinterpret what is posted at their station. Reflect Have students go back to their first station to read all that was added to their first response.
Bring the class back together to discuss what was learned and make final conclusions about what they saw and discussed.
Some changes could include: Positive modelling by school staff is important to support healthy eating and physical activity policies and actions.
It helps to show leadership and commitment that others, such as students and parents, can be inspired by.
She received her Ph D in English from Georgia State University in 2015.
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