Teachers need professional development that is adapted to their needs, sustainable, and sustained over time. This is not a one-time or one-size-fits-all process, and differentiation can make all the difference. Here are ten ways to provide differentiation in professional development for teachers:
Learning gaps are inevitable. However, teachers can spot and close these gaps with the help of an intelligent learning platform. How? Through accurate learning performance analysis and personalized content recommendations that help students improve their knowledge and skills.
Having a week each year to show our gratitude towards teachers creates great memories for the entire community. Here are 22 Teacher Appreciation Week 2022 ideas to help you make this celebration more special and say “thank you” to all the teachers in your life, whether you’re a school leader, parent, or student.
The generational gaps can cause a disconnect between students and teachers. So when you add in unrealistic expectations and the abrupt transition to e-learning, it can negatively impact their wellbeing. Having an open discussion about online learning and mental health can help teachers and students navigate these challenges.
Competency-based education is student-centered, goal-oriented and easier to implement when teachers have the right tools. An intelligent learning platform (ILP) already incorporates all the features you need plus more advanced ones to engage students and create the best learning experiences.
With major digital disruptions such as NFTs and cryptocurrency trending now, how can we ensure that our students get the best financial education possible? By making financial literacy fun, of course! Find out what are some of the best financial literacy games from this list curated by teacher and author Rachelle Dene Poth.
The intelligent learning platform for schools and universities is finally here. With features such as learning goals and recommendations, K-12 and Higher Ed institutions have access to a smart skill development system that will transform the way they teach and learn.
SMART learning objectives help teachers create better learning outcomes. However, it’s not just enough to know how to write them, it’s also essential to track and measure these objectives. The easiest way to do this is by using competency-based learning, a true and tested LMS feature.
Today’s students are growing up in an increasingly complex world. Education should rise to the challenge of developing critical thinkers who tolerate ambiguity and are solution-oriented. Interdisciplinary teaching aims to do just that and brings many other benefits for students.