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What did you say or write? What images did your simile draw upon? Do you view gifted students as “shining star,” “shooting rockets,” or “diamonds in...
As teachers, we know that student writing and reading are intrinsically linked. Sometimes, all it takes to bring out their inner writer is the right...
I’m waging a war on the word “opinion” in the classroom.
I think this might be one of the least discussed, possibly most important, aspect of teacher preparation: learning to pace yourself on the job.
Listening to reading helps students develop fluency, expression, and comprehension skills. Creating a Listening Center in your classroom can help...
Fairy tales are one of the greatest teaching tools. Not only are they entertaining but they can be used to teach the narrative writing genre.
During their prep years, teachers learn to ensure that assessment appropriately aligns with learning objectives. But just how do we make an...
Maybe it’s the change in the seasons. Maybe it’s the change in the semester. But for some reason, January and February tend to bring out the teacher...
Noted author, educator, and media literacy expert Catherine Gourley shared with Education World her thoughts about media literacy and its role in...
Give your students a fun reward for a week of a job well done by taking advantage of this simple and free Friday Fun activity that allows students to...