When students feel valued, they thrive, learn, & grow. How can educators foster strong relationships with students? When we do, deeper engagement & learning is the result.
“She wasn’t perfect, but she was absolutely perfect to me.” Take a moment to meet Mrs. Clark. You’ll be glad you did!
Building classroom connections are critical for creating safe spaces to learn. Stephanie provides strategies which can be used in classrooms of students of all ages.
Being a freshman or a senior is filled with excitement, but there is also much worry in those years. Madysen, a recent high school graduate, offers advice to peers navigating the high school waters.
The transition between schools is hard for all kids, and it is especially hard for kids with special needs. In this blog, we will learn why transitions are hard for exceptional learners and how parents and teachers can help them onto the path for a successful and easy transition to a new school.
Think staging a musical is beyond your students? I would disagree! Let me share my experience.
We all know the teacher (or maybe we are the teacher) who is known for committing to strict deadlines and unwavering due dates. The teacher who is dedicated to teaching students punctuality, responsibility, and accountability at all cost.
Hybrid and virtual teaching have changed the face of education. Teachers have had to quickly (more like INSTANTLY) learn to translate everything that we do to a digital learning space.
One of the most commonly asked questions I get from districts, leaders, and especially teachers is as simple as it is complex: How do we get our students to improve their short answer response?
One of the most misunderstood words in our educational vocabulary is scaffolding. What does it mean to scaffold for a student? Does it mean I should give him or her less? Should I break it down for the student into tiny pieces? The answer to both of those questions is, NO!