Collaborating with learning partners from your community means more than a lecture or Q&A session. Let’s find out what you can do as a teacher to strengthen the school-community collaboration for both your professional growth and your students’ benefit:
While learning is a serious matter, that doesn’t mean that your teaching has to follow the traditional path. Here are five ways in which edtech helps teachers mix education with entertainment for a more enjoyable learning experience:
An inclusive classroom provides a comfortable learning environment where there are no limitations. Students are not afraid to speak up, no matter what abilities they might possess. The following strategies make social integration an easier topic and remove labels and barriers:
Online learning has some significant benefits, but for students living with neurodivergent traits, it can be problematic. Teachers need to work alongside parents to ensure all students get the chance for a fulfilling educational experience. Here are a few things to consider:
Any teaching strategy has benefits and drawbacks. As teachers, it’s up to us to decide if think-pair-share is good for our classroom and how we can adapt it for our students. To help you make this decision, here are the gains and pains of think-pair-share:
Schools are a part of the community and a reflection of it. That’s why it makes sense to create strong school-community partnerships, which can help students understand the real-world applications of what they’re learning.
There is a growing need for STEM skills in the workplace, so to best prepare students, we need to find opportunities for them to learn about STEM. Find out how to get started with STEM in the classroom, complete with suggestions and resources!
Integrating presentations in teaching is an accessible way to bring technology to the classroom and are also easy to integrate into any type of lesson and teaching style, so let’s explore eight tools that help teachers create more engaging classroom presentations:
Edtech has great potential of personalizing education. As long as it’s used to complement the physical classroom, I’m confident they will continue to be a huge part of students’ lives long after the pandemic will have become just a collective memory.