Student voice and choice, publishing, and a driving question are some of the essential ingredients of project-based learning.
Gamify your classroom with challenges, feedback, levels, creativity, and rewards to motivate students to learn, and master concepts.
Google Classroom excels in providing solutions for teachers. From tagging curriculum to exit slips, here are 60 ways to use Google Classroom.
As teachers incorporate collaborative learning in their lesson plans, it is critical that they model active listening to their students.
What's one crazy, moonshot idea that may never work in this plan--but if it did, it could change everything?
Concept Attainment is a 'backward conceptualizing' teaching strategy characterized by clarifying concepts by determining 'conceptual rules.'
To use the Feynman Technique, practice explaining a concept to others as simply as possible. Make it simple, then make it simple again.
One of the most common uses of the cloud in today's classroom is word processing--which brings us to Google Drive.
How can you help your students develop a growth mindset? Ask them to add 'yet' to the end of their 'I can’t do this' statements.
A video syllabus is a version of your syllabus in video form. It can be a simple slideshow or a creative framing of your course.
Understanding how to play the 'count to 10' team-building game is about rules, timing, and sequence. Engaged students should pick the game up quickly.
Designers use movement to guide viewers with lines, shapes, and colors. Educators can use this principle, guiding students to key ideas.
How do you share content from CK-12 to Google Classroom? Navigate to the lesson, then click: Choose-->Assign-->Google Classroom.
Problems still surfaced but with a system in place, it was much easier to identify exactly what went wrong and why and communicate it to students.
Instead of asking, 'How can we slow their loss of academic progress?" we might ask instead, "What do children need?"
Working hard also means being smart. Prioritizing, collaborating, and working with a 'do less' partner can all help you reduce your workload as a teacher.