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Online Resources for Computer Learning
With the rapid pace of technology learning, teachers need to be familiar with all types of computer learning resources - such as learning games. In fact, this is one of the fastest growing, most dynamic types of classroom resource which potentially has a high learning appeal for students with many different kinds of needs.
Resources for Classroom Readers If you are an ESL teacher, a primary language arts, or reading teacher, you probably keep a wide current variety of classroom reading materials on-hand. These may include ESL readers, special education readers, phonic readers, fluency readers, oral readers, and readers for other educational level readers. It is important to keep abreast of what's new and what different reading materials are available.
Visual Aids for the classroom may include calendars, flashcards for early and emerging readers if applicable, ABC runners, mini and larger sized posters, learning aids - the list is endless!
Teaching tip! Avoid purchasing too many visual aids in your classroom. It can give your classroom a busy look. Students can easily lose focus.
In-Service and Professional Development Resources
In-service teacher development is critical for the new teacher's growth. By learning new ideas in education and methodology and putting them into practice, the school also sends a message that administrators are willing to invest in its teachers, particularly with regard to supporting new teachers.
If your school budget includes individual teacher resources such as stickers, positive reinforcement, classroom planners and such, then you're in luck!
It's never too late to start brainstorming your needs for classroom resources. Avoid the last minute planning and hassle and get a fresh new perspective on planning your classroom resources as you begin the school year anew.