It’s a necessary evil based in scientific research. Tedious, time-consuming, and difficult are among the most common words used to describe the process. Yet, whether you’re anxiously typing away with excitement or it’s something you loathe entirely, lesson planning continues to be a gold standard in today’s teaching industry (and for good reason). Small businesses that have a plan in place are proven to be twice as likely Continue reading “Standout with these 5 Lesson Improvement Tips”
Sharpen those pencils, folks. A new school year is upon us.
What that means for every teacher may be a little different, but one thing remains the same: among those crisp spiral notebooks, sparkly new folders and updated wardrobes is a group of young minds prepared to learn. Right? Wrong.
There is a heavy focus on the importance of students learning how to learn and how to lead. Multiple guess questions are becoming a thing of the past, as we educators seek to challenge students to apply what they’re learning instead of simply memorizing and regurgitating it. As technology continues to evolve and the way we communicate changes as a result, lifelong learning has never been more important.
That’s why most teachers know summer is not a vacation. The work doesn’t stop for teachers when that last bell chimes on the highly anticipated final day of school.
It doesn’t matter how old or young you are. There is a certain indescribable sense of overwhelming excitement when you’re about to mix up the routine in some way.
As summer break approaches, students all over the country are fighting a constant battle with this excitement. For most of them, the next several weeks hold endless opportunity for all sorts of fun and hijinks. Continue reading “End of Year Survival Guide”