The most powerful tool in coaching is the question - the Greek philosopher Socrates is regarded by some to have been the first coach. Among other things, he used deversified questions in his talks with his students. Here is how he did it. - Den grekiska filosofen är ansedd som den första coachen i historien. Han använde bland annat kraftfulla frågor i sina samtal med sina studenter - här är en översikt över de så kallade Sokratiska Frågorna.

"The most powerful tool in coaching is the question - the Greek philosopher Socrates is regarded by some to have been the first coach. Among other things, he used deversified questions in his talks with his students. Here is how he did it.

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Klasskamrater Skola Pedagogik

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I USA har man ofta uppmuntrande posters på väggarna i skolan. Jag har nu gjort ett antal själv som jag tänker sätta upp i klassrummet. Om du...

I USA har man ofta uppmuntrande posters på väggarna i skolan. Jag har nu gjort ett antal själv som jag tänker sätta upp i klassrummet. Om du...

By tracing in the salt* with a pencil eraser, the child can compare his or her letter (or number) to the one shown on the card. It's easy to repeat over and over, and if kept in a tray deep enough, should be mess-free**.*Not for the superstitious teacher, though.**Yeah, kids are messy and never listen so this could end up being messy.

19 Ridiculously Simple DIYs Every Elementary School Teacher Should Know

Had when i worked in a preschool and kids love them! I would use colored sand instead of white salt. DIY salt tray with alphabet cards. Easy to make and kids have fun smoothing out the salt after correctly making the letter

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