The Whole Child Initiative was launched by the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) in 2007 as a way to organize resources around the idea that schools and communities should work together to create successful students.
Teaching advanced students comes with its own challenges. It takes talent and creativity to make sure they reach their full potential, especially if you’re teaching regular ed classes and have to differentiate.
Whether adults have been absent from the classroom for months or years, the experience of returning to learning amplifies what they remember and what they believe they have forgotten. What strategies can help us focus and target these gaps?
Once you’re done taking stock of 2014, it’s time to look ahead to the upcoming year. Although most of us are technically in the middle of a school year, the calendar still gives us an opportunity to prepare and evaluate where we are as educators and where we want to be. If you want to be at the front of the line for the latest trends, here’s what to look for in 2015.
At first glance, personalized learning and individualized learning can seem almost interchangeable. However, there are a couple of key differences between the two that can affect both how they are used in the classroom and the overall student outcome created by using each method.
Testing is stressful for everyone, but it can be especially trying for special populations and their educators. These four tips will help you prepare for a smooth, successful fall testing season with your special population students.