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Many of us spend more time in our classrooms than anywhere else during the school year. Your learners spend hours a day in them as well. Although there is no one room design I can point you to with confidence and say “that’s how your room should be”. I can help you find a process to come to the right configuration for you and your students.
In this series of blogs we’re going to look at ways to increase interaction and develop community learning in your class. The first options we’re looking at are: Kagan Structures and Learning Stations.
No matter what the cause, it’s important to find the right support for your struggling students. But where to even start? It can seem overwhelming even knowing when to help let alone, how. In this blog we’ll cover a process for getting your struggling students back on track and feeling successful again.
Being an educator is busy work. The fact is that most of the time, you have more work than you could complete.Here are some tips for using time management techniques and still get the priorities on your to-do list, to-done.
As a busy educator you may not have all the time in the world to devote to learning all of design, so we’re going help by going over some mistakes we often see educators make and some tips to take your design to the next level!
In this article I will familiarize you with: the barest of basics on what CRT is, what is not and what you could do to use this tool to support your students to help create a much better world in the future.
SOP stands for “summary of performance” and is a document that is a final summary of a student’s special education (k-12+) experience. Here’s how to write this document, so it helps your student as they make this big transition.