Lack of vocabulary holds English language learners back. Here are 8 effective and easy strategies to enable English language students to leave your classroom with an enriched vocabulary bank every day.
In a flipped classroom, students watch video lectures in the evening and perform enrichment activities during class time. The system may improve learning but has pros and cons.
This article addresses the most common mistakes students make when writing in English. It discusses the conventions of punctuation, sentence structure, subject-verb agreement, pronoun-antecedent agreement, and other issues found in novice writing.
Need a getting started guide for Google Classroom? Help and support is on hand in this step-by-step tutorial for Google's new online learning platform for schools.
If you're thinking of enrolling your child into Connections Academy, here are four important things you should consider.
This hub details real world teaching skills for all teachers working in schools. It includes information about conferences, planning, co-worker relationships, and more.
Need a homeschool transcript or wondering what a homeschool transcript looks like but don't know where to begin? I've got you covered. Here's how to create a homeschool high school transcript, step-by-step with pictures.
Teaching can be a rewarding job, but not a lot of people know the real pros and cons of such a high stress job.
This article features an analysis of "Richard Cory" that shows how Robinson spoke to the human condition of placing the wealthy on an unrealistic pedestal. It also includes some Common Core lesson plan ideas for this relevant, shocking poem.
One of the greatest gifts we can give our students is to instill in them a strong sense of confidence. In doing this, we enable them to be higher achievers. Here are 10 simple strategies you can use in the classroom to boost your students' confidence.
The skills and benefits you gain from studying history are immense. Students have a lot to gain from increasing their knowledge and understanding of history.
What is the best thing about being a teacher? No, it's not the summer holidays, although those are definitely a good benefit. Light bulb moments, relationships and the ability to learn every day, and more. These are the ten best things about being a teacher. The great things about teaching are not related to money or selfish pursuits.
Digital media and the internet have changed how education takes place. With these new inventions, there have been many benefits, however it has also begun to create problems as well.
Understanding the way we process knowledge is crucial for making the right decisions regarding education. The theory of multiple intelligences is a good start.