Here are 22 simple assessment strategies and tips to help you become more frequent in your teaching, planning, and curriculum design.
Gamify your classroom with challenges, feedback, levels, creativity, and rewards to motivate students to learn, and master concepts.
People hold onto beliefs shaped by early experiences and biases. The following list includes surprising facts about learning.
Here's how to create self-grading assessments using Google Forms, a time-saver for teachers committed to using data to revise instruction.
Dear first-year me: Don't forget to take time to be patient and really listen--to students and colleagues, but also your own mind and body.
Use Google Docs to collaborate with your colleagues on joint lesson plans or to create shared calendars for cross-classroom activities.
Looking to innovate in your classroom? From 3D printing to learning taxonomies, here are 15 new ideas every teacher should try.
What are some things successful teachers do? It turns out, quite a bit--and it begins and ends with connecting with students.
Whether a formal test or an informal observation, the most important question every assessment should answer is, 'What now?'
Bend don't break, know who to go to for work, and never stop loving your content are just a few secrets to surviving as a teacher.
The definition of a Flipped Classroom is to preview new content at home & practice it at school where teachers & peers are available to help.
One way to provide effective feedback for learning is a 'feedback sandwich' to structure your feedback: Compliment, Correct, Compliment.
Bloom's Taxonomy verbs include Evaluate: Criticize, Judge, Defend, Appraise, Value, Prioritize, Revise, Argue, Support, and Re-design.
A key factor in happiness can be perspective, and a factor in effectiveness can be reflection. Here are ways to be a more reflective teacher.
Implementing the instructional process of formative assessment can actually maximize time for teaching and learning.