|Teaching and Learning||
Every morning when I walk up the stairs of Olds Elementary on the way to my office, I am greeted with a positive note, quote, or challenge of the day. The greetings are posted on a white board outside of one of my colleague's classrooms. Yesterday the white board said "Today's challenge is to practice one random act of kindness." Lately, I have really been thinking about the white board greetings and its use as an effective instructional tool. The white board greeting is positive, encouraging, and a great moral booster for the students and teachers. I appreciate the white board and look forward to its message daily. Thank you Mrs. K. I wonder how else white boards can be used instructionally. Any ideas?