Teachers spend a lot of time developing lessons and content to engage their students. Many spend hours finding the perfect video, the ideal lesson, or the right activity to get students interested. But what if we shifted away from engaging students by telling them what they should learn and instead empower learners to figure out what they want to learn?
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Special education students have a wide range of unique needs and abilities that require intentional accommodations and modifications, often outlined in their IEPs. Choosing the right program can provide meaningful insights into your learners’ strengths, weaknesses, and knowledge gaps and can help you provide effective and individualized instruction.
Adult and higher education teachers are always looking for new ways to enhance their teaching practice and to find new ways to engage with this special population. While there are many books written about the adult learning experience, educators need books based on research, theory, and best practices in order to implement these practices into their teaching. Here are five books that satisfy this need and that every adult and higher ed teacher should add to his or her list.
As you’ve progressed further in your teaching career, you’ve picked up strategies along the way to make your life easier. We recently asked teachers on our Facebook page to share their best classroom hack with us, and we’re excited to share some of our favorite responses with you!
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