We are very excited to announce that Study Island has once again been named a Readers’ Choice Top 100 Product for 2014 by District Administration magazine and its readers!
What to do when a student, out of genuine interest, brings up a controversial topic you would have rather avoided? Controversy simply means people have varying opinions, which is healthy and is how progress is made in society. Harnessing it can help teach students valuable interpersonal and conative skills.
In the United States, school districts are required to provide English as a Second Language (ESL) classroom instruction to any and all enrolled students whose primary language is not English. Here, we explore effective strategies for teaching these students and practical ways to implement them in your classroom.