Ensuring that all students see their culture reflected in the curriculum and classroom materials is crucial.
There are legitimate concerns about young kids’ screen use, but that time can be used to promote literacy, science, and math learning.
Young children experience learning across a variety of physical contexts—at home and in school, but also at the grocery store and the neighbourhood park.
Setting expectations and providing protocols can help create an engaged and productive student discussion.
Book clubs have been a part of my life for a long time: for professional development at my school, for social outings, and for classroom use with students. As uncertainty and unrest grew this summer, the role of book clubs shifted in response.
Teachers and administrators from pre-K through 12th grade named these tools their top picks for this year and beyond.
If there was ever a year for teachers to beg, borrow, and steal good ideas, this is it. All good teachers know this is how we get better,