The idea of cooperative learning has been around for decades, but it never got to the same prominence as blended learning or differentiated instruction.
With technology at their fingertips 24/7, it’s more important than ever to ensure your students are behaving appropriately in the digital world. But finding a way to incorporate these topics into your existing syllabus can be tough — especially if your courses don’t specifically require you to teach them. That’s where Digital Citizenship Week comes in!
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Every generation is different. Every classroom is different. But today’s generation and classrooms look nothing like 10 years ago. In fact, classrooms change so rapidly these days that education isn’t even the same as it was five years ago. A big part of that is because today’s generation is the first one made of digital natives. They’ve never known a world without the Internet, and they’ve used smartphones since they could practice fine motor skills.
Doctors’ offices and clinics across the United States need skilled medical assistants to meet the needs of their patient. Students know this, which is why more of them have enrolled in health science courses to become medical assistants. If your program is like the others around the country, you’re growing – and quickly!
Business is one of the strangest subjects to teach at any grade level for one simple reason. If you’re teaching it for the first time ever, you’re probably not a trained business teacher. To make matters worse, you could be the only teacher in your department! So, seriously, where do you even start?
As a middle school teacher, you’re responsible for helping your students navigate the intricacies of the digital world.