Book reports and arts and crafts—they go together like peanut butter and jelly.
Managing Bad Weather Days: 4 Ways Educators Can Use Study Island to Keep Students from Falling Behind
If you are using Study Island in your classroom, your students have access to a program that they can use anytime, from anywhere with an internet connection. Here are four ways that you can use Study Island to keep your students practicing and learning even when school is out for inclement weather.
Managing Bad Weather Days: 5 Ways Educators Can Use Edmentum Courseware to Keep Students from Falling Behind
With Edmentum Courseware, instruction doesn't have to stop when school doors close due to inclement weather--students have access to engaging pedagogically sound curriculum anytime, from anywhere they have an internet connection.
Testing season isn't just stressful for students - it's tough on teachers too! With as much as you have going on, it can be easy to forget about one little thing: yourself. Here's 5 tips to help you successfully navigate this testing season and be at your best for your students.
There are plenty of strategies and tools you can equip your ELLs with in the weeks leading up to testing that can lessen anxiety and help them put their best foot forward on high-stakes exams. Here are three of our favorite approaches.
The 100th day of school is an exciting milestone to reach in every elementary classroom. We’ve put together 20 of our favorite activities across all subject areas (plus some just-for-fun additions) to help you and your students enjoy this special day!
School closures due to bad weather can’t be helped, but they can quickly put students behind, especially middle and high school students working through rigorous and tightly scheduled curriculum. However, with a little planning and the help of technology, bad weather days don’t need to put learning on pause for secondary students.
How can you ensure that winter break assignments are meaningful, and not simply tossed into a basket for you to maybe-or-maybe-not get around to grading later? Here’s five unique ideas to incorporate these assignments once you and your students are back in the classroom!