There are 22 students in your class.
Some sit still and listen. Others doodle, tap their desktops, or talk to their neighbors. One boy is in and out of his seat, looking out the window, checking out something
The world we live in moves quickly, particularly for the contemporary student. As a teacher, how do you engage students? Because keeping students focused is becoming more difficult. But there is hope.
Teaching English Language Learner (ELL) students is not an easy task in the realm of the regular classroom. Incorporating the needs of English learners while trying to keep the classroom pace going and
Creating a positive learning environment in the classroom starts and ends with you, the teacher.
And it doesn’t happen overnight. It requires practicing particular skills. For most people, consistently
Learn to code and transfer your knowledge to students. Why? Coding emphasizes problem solving, supports advanced thinking and reasoning skills, and can help a child’s developing brain see the relationship