Four Commonly Used Classroom Procedures That Induce Anxiety in Students
For a student with anxiety, many commonly used classroom procedures trigger the fight, flight, or freeze trauma responses.
My Classroom Covenants [Infographic]
As I teach college-level or community courses, I prefer commitments / covenants rather than traditional do / do not rules. Rather than only
Ideal Seating Arrangements for the Sign Language Classroom [Infographic]
Unlike when teaching using spoken languages, line-of-sight is a fundamental consideration for teachers who teach in manual languages. Studen
Learning Theory Highlights in University of the People's EDUC 5210 Course [Infographic]
My pedagogical philosophy, while fundamentally unchanged, has been refined and honed in this course. Whilst exploring how I construct my les
Mrs. M, Destiny, and the Very Bad Day
My second grade teacher was an excellent woman by the name of Mrs. M. I absolutely loved being in her class and she was quick to supplement
How to Utilize Minority Language Speakers in the Classroom [Infographic]
Three strategies listed by Ruggs and Hebl (2012) to increase diversity, inclusion, and cultural awareness in classroom settings.
Two Adolescent Brain-Based Teaching Strategies in the Foreign Language Classroom
While I was a student at a community college in San Antonio, Texas, I took an Arabic language course. The professor, a native speaker...
Do I Create a Behaviorist or a Cognitive Foreign Language Classroom? [Infographic]
The following examples show that even with having native teachers, my language learning experiences varied greatly due to the teacher’s beha
Learning Theory and Learning Environments at Brigham Young University
BYU’s standing among highly-ranked universities makes it an assessment-centered specifically summative assessment-centered, learning environ
(Infographic) Is My Language Classroom Student, Community, Knowledge or Assessment-Centered?
My first priority is to create a safe learning environment for my students where they can learn in ways conducive to their neurodiversity, t