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Best of Test Prep Educational Article Blog Posts
How often do you feel like teaching Test Preparation to your students is a test in and of itself…but it shouldn’t be!
I have a lot of educational articles that cover current strategies, micro-lessons, and online trainings; all to help you, help your students prepare better for testing.
Here are a few to get you started.
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Parents are trying to figure out how to best help their kids be successful with online learning. Here is what I’ve learned about online learning!
A staggering number of families have made the tough decision to keep their children home for the academic year. I am here to help you with top tips for homeschooling families.
Being able to access digital information is a critical skill for all students. Debbie from Live, Laugh. Love to Learn is a Google Certified educator and she shares how she uses technology to engage students during online learning.
How you organize the material can determine if your students engage in the lesson or not. I’ve rounded up strategies teachers can use to grab students’ attention.
We all have our go-to ways to start a lesson in our classroom. I rounded up my top 12 ways to get students’ attention as you start your lesson.
Are you looking for ways to support your struggling readers? Let me help!
Planning units changed my teaching completely. I felt more in control of my class, because I knew what students needed to learn and how my lessons fit together. I no longer stressed about having plans each week, because I had plans ready for a few weeks. I felt more relaxed and effective.
There are ways to implement interactive notebooks – and things that don’t work as well. Here is what I found worked best with my history students and what didn’t work.
I taught upper elementary and middle school students for twenty years, and a common problem with this age group is difficulty with organizing their work. After creating interactive notebooks, students passed with flying colors.
We know that great teaching is about so much more than just academics. When was the last time your PD acknowledged that teaching the whole-child starts with nourishing the whole-teacher?
Are you looking for a fun and engaging way to review language arts and math skills with your upper elementary students? Check out BalloonPop™!
While you may be concerned with what the fall will look like, now is the time for you to take some time to recharge your batteries.