Staying calm in the classroom is one of the most important skills a teacher can have. How do some teachers always seem to keep their cool?
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See the animated visual models my students made, and follow in my footsteps as I plan and facilitate a project-based math unit.
The importance of differentiated instruction is hard to overstate. But here goes: if you’re not differentiating, you’re not actually teaching.
Follow these effective group work strategies to engage your students, support social emotional learning, and build creative problem-solving skills.
Building classroom culture increases intrinsic motivation and social-emotional learning, inviting students to contribute to classroom norms.
Students struggle with fraction operations when they learn tricks without understanding. Fix fractions frustration with these conceptual strategies.
Fraction visual models are the most effective way to teach fractions. Follow these 5 tips to ensure your students get the most from your lesson.