Through this approach, which focuses on students’ strengths, teachers can plan instruction that promotes a growth mindset.
As educators welcomed students to the 2020–21 school year, they did so with great care and attention to their social and emotional needs.
These easy-to-implement strategies can make science, technology, engineering, and math lessons come alive for elementary students.
In a STEM-centered classroom setting, my primary purpose is to create a space where students explore inquiry-based learning in a fun and innovative way by establishing a foundation for scientific thinking and ideas.
In planning project-based learning units, teachers can maximize students’ time together by focusing on collaboration and feedback.
Many educators know how effective project-based learning (PBL) can be in supporting in-person, blended, and distance learning.
Many school leaders and teachers are focusing on whole-child education, an idea that seems likely to grow in prominence in the future.
In 2020, educators have faced pandemic-driven remote schooling and also widespread inequities in education and society that have been made obvious by the virus.
Games that take students on a quest can invigorate social studies and strengthen bonds among learners.
One of the biggest challenges for teachers working in a hybrid classroom is keeping students engaged.