In working with teachers for more than 30 years, one of the most common frustrations we hear across the board is the fact that students cheat to get ahead.
When reviewing a digital curriculum system for use in the classroom, teachers and administrators often worry students will spend too much time in front of the computer. This is a valid concern. Fortunately you can incorporate digital curriculum and still have meaningful interactions with your students!
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As a result, co-teaching is becoming one of the most popular teaching strategies across the United States, especially as IEPs become more common. Co-teaching has been proven to help students in at least three big areas: Improved teacher-student attention Shared instructor expertise and responsibility Improved student achievement, in general So how can you use co-teaching to bring those benefits into your classroom? You just have to know co-teaching best practices!
Classrooms are changing. That change can come from a new generation of teachers, emerging technologies, student behaviors, or a combination of factors. As a result, teachers’ classroom management strategies have changed as well. If your classroom management techniques fall behind the times, you'll have a daily struggle to keep your students engaged. Check out the eight best classroom management strategies that’ll help you govern your classroom and teach your students in 2019.
Curriculum mapping — the process of making a curriculum map — is the practice of aligning skills to classes and grade levels.
The idea of cooperative learning has been around for decades, but it never got to the same prominence as blended learning or differentiated instruction.