Welcome to Active Learning with Rae, a video series in which I offer ideas for active learning in the content areas of emergent literacy, math, science, social studies, music, and art! I’ll also offer suggestions for using movement to ensure peaceful, learning-filled transitions. And I’ll tackle one of every teacher’s biggest concerns: classroom management – especially as it relates to active, moving children! Enjoy – and be sure to subscribe so you won’t miss any tips and tricks!
When you need to transition quietly
Whether you’re heading out to the playground, or you’re off to the cafeteria or a field trip, if you’re moving down a hall with other classrooms off of it, you’ll want your transitions to be quieter than usual. And you’ll want to explain this to the children, of course, emphasizing the need for respect of others. But chances are, your explanation alone won’t be enough to do the trick with young children! So you’re also going to have to provide some incentive…in the way of quiet — but FUN — transitions.
An introduction to Active Learning with Rae
Welcome! In this short video I’ll let you know what you can expect from this video series!