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Lesson Objective: To learn about snowflakes and then ask and answer such questions as who, what, where, when, why, and how to demonstrate understanding of key details in a text.
By prioritizing an effective formative assessment process that encapsulates a “less is more” approach, providing frequent feedback, and checking...
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FREE Ready-to-Use Emergency Sub Plans! Each themed-based unit covers all main subject areas. Lessons include lesson objective, printable student...
Lesson Objective: To read the book, The Magic Hockey Stick and answer questions about the story
The arts have an important role to play in a child’s education, with arts-based therapy having been found in numerous studies to help with a...
Assessment helps educators understand where each child is currently situated on the developmental continuum…and where they should be going....
Many educators are not entirely sure how to assist students with diabetes. Thankfully, you do not have to have a medical degree in order to...
Teaching is not just a profession; it is a calling. And right now, we are being called to hang in there and stay strong for our students, for each...
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15 ideas to get families involved in their child's learning. It’s all about including families and having fun, learning and building relationships...
Including first aid as part of your classroom curriculum can be very valuable. Even though there is no knowing whether the skills will ever be...