When starting a new year, it’s important to make the right first impression. Many teachers approach classroom management by making sure students know “who’s in
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Teacher workload has reached crisis levels: half of teachers report levels of stress that interfere with health, sleep, and the quality of their work.
For many educators, the textbook is our tool for teaching standards. But is there an alternative that doesn’t require endless hours of planning?
To motivate students online, we need a new approach. That means looking at what we did before and asking “what worked?” “what didn’t?” and “what now?”
Effective online classroom management takes flexibility and strategies for shifting ownership of learning to our students.
The true test of our approach to blended learning will be how well we maximize the benefits offered by both in-person and online instruction.
Lesson plans aren’t just to fill time. Whether in-person or online, good lessons have an engaging opening, a purposeful middle, and a clarifying end.