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8+ tips for Ensuring Success for Your Flipped Classroom

8+ tips for Ensuring Success for Your Flipped Classroom

Starting to teach in a flipped classroom environment can be daunting. Here are tips to help it succeed from start to finish. Every teacher that chooses to flip his/her classroom has different reasons. Mine? I wanted more time with students face-to-face. On its face...Read more ›
Empowering Learners in the Classroom

Empowering Learners in the Classroom

As many educators prepare to return to work and welcome a new group of students for the new school year, it is a great time for us to reflect on classroom practices and look toward new ways of empowering our next group of students. Empowering our students is one of...Read more ›
Making Time for Science

Making Time for Science

Time – the killer of science instruction, at least according to an article from Edsurge this month. As Elisabeth Stock explains, science instruction, unfortunately, is abandoned in favor of English Language Arts and math instruction. According to a 2018 National...Read more ›
How to Create Your First Escape Room

How to Create Your First Escape Room

If you’re not familiar with the “Escape Room” phenomenon found across the U.S., you’ve definitely missed out! The premise is relatively simple: players must complete a series of tasks in order to gain passwords, retrieve clues, or gather other information needed to...Read more ›
Study Reveals Teachers Struggle to Address SEL in Classroom

Study Reveals Teachers Struggle to Address SEL in Classroom

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is trending in the world of education right now. But as a recent article in EdWeek points out, many teachers feel ill-equipped to address these needs in their classrooms. According to the article by Sarah Schwartz, “research has...Read more ›
Executive Functioning Important to Student Success

Executive Functioning Important to Student Success

In her final blog post of the series, educator and author Sarah Kesty shares some valuable tips for educators wanting to teach executive functioning in the classroom. Read on to see how you can bring EF into your classroom and beyond. Where do you go from here? You...Read more ›