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Teaching in Title 1 Schools

We all know that teaching has its rewards and difficulties. That is still true when you are teaching in a Title 1 school. Normally, the teaching content is the same but the teaching strategies should be different in order to reach all of your clientele. This collection will help you motivate your students for success, create the right climate for learning, and give you suggestions on how to prepare yourself, your classroom, and your lessons. We are striving for success always!
A Collection By Shelina Warren
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Teaching in Title 1 Schools
  • educationworld.com
    educationworld.com

    Classroom Management Basics

    20 minute read
    Shelina Warren says:
    This is another resource that can be added to your teacher toolbox. In Title 1 schools, you will benefit from great classroom management skills. This article will show you ideas to use to become a great classroom manager. These ideas were submitted by teachers, just like you.
  • Shelina Warren says:
    An exerpt of the book "Growing into Equity" is provided in this resource where four Title 1 high achieving schools are profiled. They discuss the secrets to the success of these schools. In addition, two of the educators (a principal and a school coach) listed in the book are interviewed in this article. They also provide tidbits of knowledge to help you devise a plan to ensure your Title 1 school is noted as being high achieving!
  • Shelina Warren says:
    Title 1 teachers would greatly benefit from utilizing ideas presented in this video presentation of Katie Garner at the 2012 National Title 1 Conference. She delves into brain research on reading, writing, and spelling. Enhancing skills in teaching and understanding these content areas would be great for you and your students.
  • educationworld.com
    educationworld.com

    25 Ideas to Motivate Young Readers

    25 minute read
    Shelina Warren says:
    This resource is nothing more than a collection of teacher-submitted ideas to help get your students to develop a love for reading. In Title 1 schools, this skill will really be useful to teachers. This is just another item to add to your teacher toolbox. Enjoy.
  • Shelina Warren says:
    In this blog post, a fifth-year teacher from a Title 1 middle school addresses the subject of Title 1 schools. She loves teaching, loves her students, but she is contemplating leaving. She tells you why in her response. If you are teaching or plan to teach in a Title 1 school, you really need to read her blog post.
  • brighthubeducation.com
    brighthubeducation.com

    Understanding Title 1 Students: Student Motivation

    5 minute read
    Shelina Warren says:
    This resource provides the teacher with ways to motivate your Title 1 students. Many times, it is more difficult to engage these students. This article elaborates on suggestions and methods of motivation for your students. If you work in a Title 1 school, reading this is a must to help you reach more of your students.