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With consistent experimentation and implementation of the four stages of “hover-free” instruction, making the shift from teacher-directed to student-...
Teaching vocabulary to kids is one of the most engaging experiences for educators. You can inject some fun into the process to avoid turning...
Oral reading does have its use if used correctly. According to the National Reading Panel's findings, "guided repeated oral reading procedures that...
With burnout rates so prominent, there might be more difficulty than usual persuading people to work in June through August after a long and...
Here are just some of the many activities you can do with your elementary school students to make them feel more comfortable and foster a sense of...
19 great ideas to try in your classroom this year to begin building relationships with your families and students.
Blended learning may take some initial preparation on the front end of our planning process, but the benefits far outweigh any temporary frustrations...
Less than 7 percent of the world’s population owns a bachelor’s degree. Let’s explore how school administration can help lower barriers to higher...
You should instill the rules and expectations from day one to make life easy for you and your students, whether working individually or as a group.
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...