Icebreaker questions are a great way to celebrate the new school year with your students and staff, and Google Jamboard is the perfect tool to use.
Let’s take a look at some fun and engaging templates you can use right away.
|The First 5 Days: The Key to Success||Edutopia||Make the start of the new school year go smoothly by preparing for students’ questions and anxieties before the first day of class.|
|Relationship Building From Day 1||Edutopia||Strategies for fostering relationships with middle and high school students starting on the first day of the school year and then growing them all year long.|
|For New Teachers, 6 Principles to Remember This Year||Edutopia||It won’t be easy, but if you prepare for turbulence and set reasonable goals, you’ll stay calmer and make progress in all the right places.
|4 Proactive Steps to Avoid Misbehavior From the First Day of Class On||Edutopia||Carefully working on relationship building right from the start of the school year can help teachers avoid discipline issues.|
|Balancing Friendliness With Firmness||Edutopia||By setting clear expectations for behavior early on, teachers can have fun with their students without losing control of their classrooms.|
|Using Problem-Solving to Build Community From Day 1||Edutopia||When math students work together to solve logic puzzles on the first day of class, they learn to trust one another.|
|Different Ways to Play the Name Game||Edutopia||With these variations, teachers can lower the pressure of remembering names, or use new prompts for community building.
|FutureMe: Write a Letter to your Future Self||futureme||Future Me is a simple online program that allows you to send yourself an email in future. You simply type in your email and set the date and Future Me takes care of the rest for you.|