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With summer upon us, parents everywhere rely on teacher expertise to share ideas for keeping children engaged and away from “brain drain” in the...
Mastery-based lessons should be specific, clear, and demonstrable. Educators must understand the objectives, and the students must demonstrate their...
A brain break activity allows your students to shift focus and exercise physically and/or mentally. Regularly providing new activities and a change...
I've made some serious mistakes. It’s one of the most frustratingly wonderful things about being a teacher.
Ability grouping allows educators to tailor their lesson plans and provide more or less support to the students, dependent on their progress or...
To the young children dreaming of growing up to become teachers, educators today are screaming, "NO! You don't want to be a teacher!" But principles...
To better understand why so many educators are excited about looking at student achievement differently, we can lean into the philosophy of going...
Students can assume the roles of attorneys, judges, and witnesses and learn about legal proceedings as they gain valuable experience in researching...
During these last weeks of school, routine instruction is often moved aside to complete mandated assessments. There are often large blocks of time...
Students spend most of their time in schools, because of this educators need to actively promote an environment that instills positive character...
Banning books from schools is a common occurrence but it can make some students miss reading books that they might just love.
What can be done to not only help students take feedback more seriously, but to also ensure that the feedback we provide is clear and useful in...
Integrating age-appropriate activities in your classroom can help students learn material faster and be more engaged in lessons.
Both languages and mathematics follow a set of rules and patterns. Students often see the correlation between math and grammar when presented in a...