From lesson planning to project-based learning planning, this is a collection of Trello boards for teachers.
Teaching attention-to-detail as a skill is one of the (many) ways to help students become more independent in the classroom.
Differentiation is a rational approach to meeting the needs of students but actually making it happen in the classroom can be a challenge.
Teachers are given bar graphs on tests to show if they’re actually making a difference but there are other data points you should consider.
Help students understand that ‘help’ is the norm in the creative, scientific, and professional world. It’s not just ‘okay,’ it’s necessary.
Make digital spaces inviting to students–something that ‘belongs to your class’ rather than your class merely ‘using a digital space.’
There are different kinds of mistakes: careless mistakes, systematic mistakes, misconceptions, etc. Students need help understanding this.
From Zoom tools to types of blended learning to principles of student engagement, here are 12 articles about remote teaching and learning.
Always assuming the best in a child is one of the most significant investments you can make in their future.
Through reflection, teachers investigate their own values, beliefs, and biases as they work to create transformative learning experiences.
PBL is inherently a service-oriented form of instruction; many of the best projects revolve around meaningful social or environmental change.
Want to teach students empathy? Start by helping students themselves not, “How am I unique?” but rather “How are we the same?”
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