In today’s environment, where remote school is the norm in many places, it’s important to be mindful of visual learners when you plan your instruction. Here are a few tips on how you can do so.
Without a doubt, teaching is an art. A passion for your subject is one important component, but most teachers are also deeply committed to helping their students develop as learners and people.
As a teacher, you know that the most successful students are those who are organized and efficient and who embrace solid routines. How can these routines positively impact students who are struggling and reinforce those succeeding?
You want your students to read more, and this month, there’s a great opportunity to encourage that: National Reading Month and Read Across America!
As a teacher, you’re always looking for ways to get your students’ attention and engage them in deeper thinking and learning. Using multi-media opportunities within your teaching can be an effective way to further engage and motivate your students.
Motivating your students after the holiday break can be difficult. Many students struggle to get back into the routine. Here are a few tips on how to re-energize your students for the spring semester:
Whether you teach first graders or high school seniors, teaching students how to think outside the box in school and life will be a valuable tool you can impart. Your goal should be to encourage your students to let their innovative ideas flow without restraint. Find out a few tips on how to do so.