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There are different ways to differentiate instruction. Which is the best one for math teachers? Which will have the best impact on your students?
Tammy Withrow saved to Differentiated instruction
Want to adapt your class to more diverse learners? Read this list of differentiated instruction strategies to help your students succeed...
I suggest a schedule for your 90-minute literacy block that can be used in kindergarten, first, and second-grade classrooms. I break it into three parts 1) whole group phonics instruction 2) small group instruction and 3) whole group language comprehension. I explain what specific literacy skills should be taught in each part of the 90-minute block. Finally, I leave you with a FREE downloadable 90-minute literacy block planning template.
Karen Coffee saved to Structured Literacy
How to use technology to make vocabulary words come alive. Google Drawing for laptops and Chromebooks as well as the PicCollage app for iPads are the two digital tools used to make vocabulary words come alive. Technology in the classroom
Melissa Podurgiel-Nething saved to school
Are you teaching reading virtually and looking for ideas and strategies? This post shares one way to structure your weekly digital reading instruction.
Crystal Jones saved to Online learning 2022-2023
I've been reading the book, Mindsets in the Classroom by Mary Cay Ricci, and just finished chapter 3. It was a real eye-opener. Through all of my years of teaching, I thought I was differentiating by planning and implementing reteaching and enrichment lessons and activities as my class worked through a unit. But in this chapter, I learned how important it is to start the differentiation before the unit even begins! This process begins with the preassessment. So much valuable information can…
If you’re a busy mom or dad on a budget with picky eaters to feed, you’ve got to check out this list of CRAZY EASY family meals! All of these yummy recipes are made with just a few budget friendly ingredients.
Danielle Goodwill saved to Food & Drink
Self-reflection is the most powerful practice you can adopt to improve your teachingl. Reflection can transform you from a good teacher to a great one!
Peri Frazier saved to Teaching
Tips and strategies for incorporating different teaching methods to meet the needs of all learners, whether they have visual, auditory, reading/ writing, or kinesthetic learning preferences.
jackie saved to counseling
In this post, I discuss the qualities of effective phonics instruction and offer you a science of reading-aligned phonics scope and sequence for Kindergarten, first and second-grade students.
Dessica Albertson saved to Education