Dahlia Quiroga

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Recent Posts by Dahlia

Sun Apr 26, 2015 8:53 PM in kids think I hate them?!?!
I cannot say that I can relate because I am a teacher that gives too much affection. My students are known for getting annoyed with me, but I don't stop. what I can suggest is to demonstrate the little affection you know how to give through your communication skills. Tell the students that you enjoyed working with them. At first they may not believe you, but after a while they will start to unders...

Sun Apr 26, 2015 8:49 PM in 1st year teachers and parents
Parents are usually excited to know that their child is the first to be taught by you. what I have found to reassure the parents that although this may be your first year as a teacher it is not your first year teaching children. For example I always told my parents that this is my first year being a teacher, yet I students taught for an entire year before and I have tutored for 6 years. In additio...

Sun Apr 26, 2015 8:44 PM in Classroom management
In my classroom what I find to be a major issue is the constant bickering bout little things. The reason why there is so much bickering is because of students not knowing how to stay busy in their own problems. I have found by simply reminding the students to mind their business a great help.





Recent Public Collections by Dahlia


Coral Reef Ecosystems

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This collection was compiled from different articles that aid in teaching about the under water ecosystem.



Coral Reef Ecosystems
Type: SciPack
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Ocean's Effect on Weather and Climate
Type: SciPack
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