My Survival Kit
consists of my backpack, my agenda (I use both, digital and analogic), a
hard disk where I have a full of exercises and examples, and unlimited practice
problems (with hints!), where you can check your answer with the click of a
button. A pile of paper and graph paper, pens and pencils, color pencils,
highlighters and erasers, and art supplies. Never forget, a ruler and a
calculator. Don’t forget, every other day, a pinch of imagination,
because always you need add it to your patience.
will your teacher survival kit help you better manage your classroom?
The survival kit helps
because you never know what may happen in the classroom with the internet or
other unforeseen. It will keep the students working and learning.
will creating a resource hub for parents help you engage parents so that
students behave better online and in your classroom?
With a simple recommendations
and links we can give them an approach of the basics of privacy and
how to help children create a safe digital environment. The
teacher and parents can be on the same page. The must keep an eye on what the
kids are doing on the internet.