The more you foster good relationships with your students, the more your students will feel comfortable in your classroom. Here are a few tips to help you build quality relationships with your students.
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.
Teachers of young students often read aloud to them, but the truth is, it’s valuable to do so even with older students. Here are just a few benefits you and your child will find in this practice.
Whether you teach English, math, or any other subject, you have to give tests – and to succeed in your class, students need to get comfortable taking them. How can you help students become better test-takers?
You got into teaching for a reason: to make a lasting impact on students’ lives. So how can you do that? Here are some of the common traits and characteristics of the most effective teachers.
Maybe you’ve heard of brain training and wondered what it is, and if it could benefit your students. Certain mental exercises are very effective at developing cognitive skills.
Does your school district use Google Classroom? If you’re not familiar, Google Classroom is a free tool that’s included in G Suite for Education.
One of the unfortunate realities of teaching in the digital age is the volume of distractions. From smartphones with all kinds of tools and games to many different types of social media platforms, there are lots of ways for students to get sidetracked in class and when doing homework. What can you do?
Do your students know the basics for writing effective essays? Here are a few simple tips to offer, which can be applied to all essay types:
It is the job of every high school teacher to prepare students for college. Of course, you must teach your students the grade-level content knowledge they need to progress in your subject, but there are other important aspects of developing college-ready students.