Collaboration between special education & general education teachers has numerous benefits for students. From personal growth in academics to classroom behaviors, the rewards are great for all involved.
Time is so precious, and summer minutes just fly by! We’ve compiled some words of wisdom from veteran educators about ending the school year well, spending the summer wisely, and starting next year on the right foot.
What happens when questioning & citing “evidence” become part of the math lesson? Amazing learning, according to Courtney Flessner.
With the absolute best of intentions, we have accidentally turned to a surface-building strategy to encourage our students to write something—anything!—in response to their reading. According to their research surrounding the most impactful literacy strategies, Doug Fisher and Nancy Frey reveal that mnemonic devices (aka acronyms) help students to consolidate surface understandings of material.