Your virtual classroom can foster a sense of community by including items that represent both your and your students’ backgrounds.
You finally finished your Bitmoji classroom, taking part in what might be one of the biggest K–12 teaching trends in 2020.
As teacher associations across the globe gear up to support teacher development during the difficult times created by the COVID-19 pandemic,
Students generate a lot of documents that show their thinking, and teachers can use that evidence of learning to improve future lessons.
The Covid-19 pandemic and working remotely have challenged teachers of all grades to be as creative and innovative as possible, including the way they manage pedagogical documentation.
Plants can illustrate how different people need different things to be nourished—and how equality and equity differ.
Recently, while gardening together, my 5-year-old asked a lot of questions about the needs of different plants. She asked why we didn’t need to water the sunflowers as often as we needed to water the basil and was curious as to why our lettuce did better in the shade.