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The Research on Parent Involvement and Why It Matters
How do you build relationships with your parents/teachers? In this post, ideas are shared to help you and your teammates better involve parents in your instructional program. Download this free poster and parent brochure using a link provided in the blog post.
Science Interactive Notebooks Bundle - Print and Digital Versions
Hundreds of templates for science interactive notebooks. Student science journals come to life with these activities. Topics include Earth science, Life science, Weather, Chemistry, Energy, Space, and Physical Science. This product is packed with amazing resources for your science class.
3 Ways to Teach Gratitude in the Classroom — Carly and Adam
3 Ways to Teach Gratitude in the Classroom: Teaching gratitude in a way that students can understand and apply is challenging, but it doesn't have to be! While gratitude may be one of the most overlooked tools that we have as teachers, instilling a mindful approach to gratitude yields positive results that extend beyond the classroom. The following are 3 activities to help instill gratitude in your students. #gratitudejournal #gratitude #gratitudejar
One Simple Technique to Increase Learning: Informal Buzz Groups
If you want more participation in your small group discussions and more strategies to get students talking when you break them into groups for discussions, you’ve come to the right place! Here’s one simple technique to increase learning and participation in small group discussions: Informal Buzz Groups!
Student Choice, Intuition, and Poor Study Habits - The Effortful Educator
A majority of students don’t truly know how they study/learn best. Without specific instruction on the topic, students run a significant risk of not intuitively selecting the study habit or strategy that provides the greatest benefits for their learning. #CultofPedagogyPin