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Here's how to kick off the celebration in true Seuss form!
Looking for gifts that spark creativity and inspire imaginative thinking? We've got this year's greatest gifts for the creative genius in all of us.
There many types of poetry for kids (and adults), but few are as fun and free as renga. Learn how to write renga poetry.
From September through June, teachers welcome parent helpers for more than an extra pair of hands.
Unit planning for teachers begins with identifying the particular content to be taught and your goals for learning outcomes.
Lesson plans are used to help conceptualize how to teach something. Learn about the different formats of traditional lesson plans vs. learning cycle plans.
Asking questions initiate and foster thinking in the classroom. Learn about types of questions including: lower level, higher level, convergent and divergent.
Learn about the different types of instruction techniques you can use in the classroom including: drill and practice, lecture, and mental modeling.
Learning the basics of classroom assessment, including the difference between formative and summative assessments, is very important for new teachers.
Do you know the definition of curriculum? It might be trickier than you think! Learn the proper definition of curriculum and the four most common curriculums.
Classroom assessment is becoming increasingly important for today's teachers. This article discusses strategies for assessment.
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