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A student may be a low-interest reader due to disinterest in a particular topic or lack of skills in a specific reading area. You can help your...
Many schools have gone through hell trying to adopt intervention measures to assist students dealing with such loss. Worse still, certain much-hyped...
In teaching, we can do much the same thing by taking gargantuan tasks and “chunking” them. When we do this for students, they are able to complete...
There are various ways that parents are typically involved in their children's school work, like reinforcing good study habits by creating study...
Prep time is precious to teachers. Between lesson planning, grading assignments, parent-teacher conferences, and chaperoning field trips, some admin...
Building trust generally refers to creating an environment where students can express themselves without shame and fear of dismissal. When you build...
Re-reading ensnares readers with a false sense of fluency. It doesn’t make connections between concepts. Instead, you repeatedly review information...
It isn't teachers or other staff members who struggle with anxiety. So, how can you help your students that have anxiety? The best answer is to teach...
When we teach multiplication, even if we start out with repeated addition, it’s useful to keep these other more complicated behaviors of...
Differentiated instruction is not a simple hill to climb, but it is far from impossible to achieve with careful planning. When teachers develop...