Lesson planning can be extremely challenging when tasked with differentiating for students of all learning styles, students with learning differences, English Language Learners, as well as students that need enrichment. Offering students a choice of activities is a great way to differentiate lessons, while empowering students to make choices about their own learning, be creative, and have fun!
“There are 3 ways to ultimate success. The first way is to be kind. The second way is to be kind. The third way is to be kind.” -Mr. Rogers
Teaching about kindness is more important than ever before. Here are 5 tips to help develop kind and caring students and help reduce bullying in your classroom.
With the month of February here, it’s time to start thinking about I Love to Read Month! Whether celebrated at a school or classroom level, I Love to Read Month is a great opportunity to promote the love of reading with your students!
It may be cold outside, but don’t let that stop you from keeping the blood flowing and heart rate up while cooped up inside this winter! Moving and learning at the same time will help your students stay engaged, awake, and focused during your lessons. Here are some ways to incorporate movement into your school day!
Kids today need to learn leadership skills. After all, they will be our next generations of leaders — in business, and government and service organizations. Learning these essential skills while still in school will allow students to take on those future roles with confidence, and build a more successful life for themselves and their communities.