Are vocabulary words a struggle for your students? Check out this cognitive engagement strategy that will soon become one of your students' favorite activities. It is well established in the education community that movement helps with learning. More specifically, a movement that connects to learning helps with memory and recall. While this … [Read more...] about The Vocabulary Dance: A Cognitive Engagement Strategy
Are you preparing for remote learning? Whether your community is concerned with illness or bad weather days remote learning may be on the table. With the event of more one to one campuses and drive your own device programs, remote learning has become more of a possibility for our students. With our current pandemic, more and more schools around … [Read more...] about Are You Preparing for Remote Learning?
Whether or not your class follows basketball, it is hard not to get caught up in the annual March tournament. You can use this to your advantage to engage your students! Basketball is a sport that lends itself well to inclusion in the classroom. The simple point-scoring system allows teachers to use basketball to engage our students and keep … [Read more...] about Using Basketball to Engage Students
Are you looking for a review game that will get your students excited about reviewing any content area? Check out Hot Stew Review, the perfect digital review game for elementary students! Why Use Digital Review Games? My favorite part of using a digital review game is that it can be used multiple times with different content. This means once you … [Read more...] about Hot Stew Review – Digital Review Game
Top time management tips for teachers! Check out this post for how to stay focused, stop procrastinating, and get things done within your daily schedule! Have you ever met that one teacher that seems to somehow have more than 24 hours in a day? You know the one. They always seem to be on top of everything and are never late or frazzled. In fact, … [Read more...] about Time Management Tips