Many scholars argue that we learn best when are given chances to be playful and creative with what it is we are learning. This is true of whether learning science, learning to play baseball, or learning words. Let’s make word study joyful and engaging for all students with word play.
This time of forced school closures and alternative learning presents the opportunity to learn more about how to implement SEL and how it’s connected to equity, cultural inclusivity and family engagement, school climate and safety, and academic achievement.
Combat Summer Slide and Plan for Success. It is important get organized early in order to have enough time to plan out all of the details of the summer program. Spending quality time preparing at the beginning will help ensure that the right team is in place to support the program and that students and families will have a positive and enriching experience.
The ways that students engage in the learning process is distinctive for this period in history. It’s crucial we meet them where they are and the way they learn best. The Guided Math framework is truly THE BEST WAY to deliver focused, differentiated instruction for today’s learners. Here are 4 reasons why.
Do you want to help unlock the magic of reading? There are MANY students who think reading is boring, or aren’t willing to invest in reading because they haven’t found the right book to ignite that spark of joy in them. Graphic novels have the potential to engage struggling and reluctant readers.
Using primary sources is an effective way to captivate students and get them actively involved in their learning. As a third-grade teacher, I would use documents, maps, and artifacts on a regular basis. Here are some examples and things to keep in mind when using primary sources in your classroom.