In distance and hybrid learning, elementary teachers are finding it more important than ever to build lessons centered on students’ active involvement.
We all know the disruption the pandemic has caused in education, but as a consultant who has continued meeting with clients around the world—via videoconferencing, of course—I can report a positive trend that I’ve witnessed: Teachers are finding innovative ways to incorporate student voice into lessons.
Tools that increase teacher efficiency and help strengthen bonds with students are the ones that are most worthwhile.
I had 12 tabs and applications ready for my first day of hybrid teaching. Google Meet, Google Slides, Google Classroom,
Most teachers develop ways to encourage classroom participation, but may not yet have ones for distance learning. These are easy to use anytime.
Distance learning demands new approaches to cultivating student participation—in a synchronous, live video setting, every minute counts, whether your goal is rooted in engagement,
Christmas traditions around the world are diverse, but share key traits that often involve themes of light, evergreens and hope. Probably the most celebrated holiday in the world, our modern Christmas is a product of hundreds of years of both secular and religious traditions from around the globe,
Several studies have shown that school tardiness has a negative impact on learning outcomes.
By the mere nature of arriving late and missing school hours, students receive fewer hours of instruction than students who are in class when the bell sounds.