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.
Help English language learners succeed in your classroom by incorporating these strategies as a regular part of your lessons.
Building our students' confidence enables them to be higher achievers. There are many ways we can boost our students' confidence—some of which we don’t automatically associate with confidence-building at all.
A teacher portfolio should include a cover, table of contents, resume, teaching philosophy,and three letters of recommendation. Beyond these basic requirements, a teaching portfolio should include 10-15 different examples that help illustrate your teaching skills. Suggestions are given for items.
Inclusive practice is a necessity for 21st-century classrooms. Inclusive education is not a detriment to academia. Rather, inclusion not only benefits the students with special needs on a social level, but also benefits general education students as well. Soon, this will be common practice for all.
Calling parents: If you’re a teacher about make a difficult phone call to a parent, there are several things you can do to make sure all goes smoothly. These are suggestions I myself have used as a middle school teacher.
Future education will incorporate wireless connections, social media, e-paper and e-books, and online classrooms. Teachers must integrate these technologies to engage their students. As pedagogy evolves, teachers must keep up with the fast-paced changes of a generation born online.
Lack of vocabulary holds English language learners back. Here are 6 effective and easy strategies to enable English language students to leave our classroom with an enriched vocabulary bank every day.
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Bertha Vazquez is a middle school teacher with a passion for teaching evolution. In 2015, she founded “The Institute for Evolutionary Science” with the support of the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science to help middle school teachers master the subject and inspire their students.
Oobleck is a fun material made of cornstarch and water. It changes from a liquid to a solid when a force is applied and turns back into a liquid when the force is removed.
In a flipped classroom, students watch video lectures in the evening and perform enrichment activities during class time. The system may improve learning.
Substitute teaching can be an excellent way of gaining experience and earning a living, but is it right for you? You may want to consider becoming a substitute teacher if you are an aspiring classroom teacher or even if you have no experience teaching.
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.
Whether you teach in one or several content areas, lesson plans matter. The quality of your lesson plans will in great part determine how efficiently class time is used and how much content your students learn.