As we draw closer to the end of the 2019-2020 school year, you may feel anxious about how to support parents leading up to the summer break. Many parents have felt the need to over-fill their children’s schedules with educational activities to make up for the loss of...
How School Leaders Can Support At-Risk Students During the COVID-19 Pandemic
In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, schools across the country have been forced to shut down for the foreseeable future—possibly even until next fall. Although teachers are doing their best to provide parents with suggestions to encourage learning at home, they...
3 components of effective literacy instruction for students struggling with reading skills
The importance of literacy across all school subjects is obvious: If students struggle to read textbooks, novels, worksheets, classroom assignments, and instructional materials, they can find themselves at a huge disadvantage in any classroom. As you teach students...
High-quality homework: How to assign the right amount, and the most effective formats of homework for the 2019-2020 school year
Although studies have shown that homework offers some benefits to students, assigning too much homework can actually cause students to experience higher stress levels and physical and mental health issues. In this article, we’ll discuss guidelines you can use to...
7 tips for teachers to learn new instructional strategies over the summer break
#1: Avoid packaged and scripted curricula. Responsive teaching means that we must take into consideration that each child may have a different way of processing new information. Quite often, we utilize different teaching styles based on the content being taught and...
Enrichment versus Acceleration: Equity and excellence for gifted learners (Part One)
Most school systems recognize the need to offer more challenging programming for high achieving students, and many offer some form of higher level activities for gifted students. Without proper stimulation, these students can become disengaged in class and miss...
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