Use of icons can assist in everything, from highlighting agendas, deadlines for a task, watching a YouTube video, to clicking on a scheduled Zoom meeting and even formative assessments.
Learning during these unprecedented times should focus more on process.
Follow all three communties or choose your favorite, but you can’t go wrong with these three leaders in building community with families!
Virtual Schooling is a new platform for many, but it’s here to stay! Tips from pros to make it successful!
Flocabulary is a student-centered, teacher-friendly tool that you must have for this next school year! Your students will LOVE it and you will too!
Wondering how you will get to know your students and their families this year? StreamYard.
Improve Your Students Reading With Lexend Fonts Guest Post by Bonnie Shaver-Troup If you are reading this, you probably already know that for more than 60 years the U.S. Dept of Ed has found that nearly 70% of the population experiences some reading difficulty. What you might not know is that Lexend fonts were created almost 20 years ago to… Read More »Use Lexend to Improve Reading by @bshavertroupEdD
I continued my organizational practices, students were able to move online without much trouble. Because they knew where to find the information, they could keep up. Because they could see how what we did was linked to the curriculum, they were reminded that learning continued.
Kinder Rockets is a Facebook page dedicated to educator Ben Cogswell’s Kindergarten class. However, any educator can visit his class page and learn!
What do the best parties and Facebook communities have in common? When people feel invited and included by a host who truly values them, new relationships form and old relationships grow deeper
Finding the math in the world around us is one of my favourite things. I love pointing out math topics that can be discussed from objects that seemingly don’t hold any math in them.
35 students in a class. 70 standards to teach. 180 days of school. Teaching is about so much more than the numbers, but the numbers can tell a powerful story.
Not all students best express their knowledge of a concept through writing or best learn a concept through strictly reading about it. Some students like to demonstrate their learning through pictures, some through demonstration, and others still through writing. All students are more engaged if you tie the learning to a real world problem, something that applies directly to them.
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Guest post by Melody McAllister Many times when we ask our students questions, we encounter a problem: the same students answer and the same students stay quiet. Unfortunately, we often end up calling on those same students because of timing issues, under evaluation and we need to prove that mastery is happening, or we don’t even realize we just called… Read More »Asking Questions in Google Classroom by @mjmcalliwrites