Hertz Furniture presents the Top 15 things Teachers Hate Infographic. Paperwork, Meetings, Uncomfortable Teacher Chairs and more. The infograhic was compiled from real responses from real teachers on our Facebook page. Which is your favorite? What things related to teaching do you hate? Embed this infographic! Click in the box, then copy […]
Hertz Furniture is proud to present the Correlation Between K-12 Class Size And Student Success Infographic. Are smaller classes more effective? Does the age of the students make a difference in considering class size? Should the impact of class size be discounted in favor of focusing on Teacher Effectiveness? Our infographic answers these and more […]
Hertz Furniture is proud to present the What Makes An Effective Teacher? infographic series! Environmental influences such as classroom resources, appropriate class size and comfortable lighting, temperature and air quality are just a few of the things that make an effective teacher. Embed this infographic! Click in the box, then copy it and paste […]
Hertz Furniture is proud to present the What Makes An Effective Teacher? Infographic! Teacher Influences such as pedagogical knowledge, content knowledge and professional development are just a few of the things that make an effective teacher. Embed this infographic! Click in the box, then copy it and paste into your site. <a href=”http://www.hertzfurniture.com/school-matters/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/effectiveTeacher_Final_01-361×1024.jpg” […]
Bullying in the classroom is an ongoing issue that teachers have to deal with. Hertz Furniture presents this infographic which depicts the Top 10 ways to deal with bullying in the classroom including role play, communication journals and mediation. To see a larger version of the infographic click on the picture above! Which of […]
Teachers spend an incredible amount of their own money on classroom necessities including instructional material, school supplies and classroom supplies during each school year. Take a look at the infographic which addresses the important educational questions of just how much are teachers spending, is it a teacher’s responsibility to pay for classroom necessities and are there solutions to this problem?