Lessons You Should Be Teaching in Your Classroom – NOW!

Lessons You Should Be Teaching in Your Classroom – NOW!

Teaching Strategies Think about your lesson plans. Do you know what you are teaching tomorrow? How about next week? Next quarter? If you are like me, your county provides very little planning time. Local teachers start a week before students, but the district...
8 Simple Ways To Build Relationships With Your Students

8 Simple Ways To Build Relationships With Your Students

Results for "" When you think back on your education, what do you remember? I don’t remember the test I took or even class activities. What I remember are my teachers.  My strongest memories are of teachers that really connected with me and made me feel good...
7 Ways To Help Students With Vision Processing Issues

7 Ways To Help Students With Vision Processing Issues

Last week, we looked at how visual processing issues can change the way a student (my son, in my personal scenario) sees the world around him. With vision issues, the research is always increasing, so it is important to keep up with the latest findings to understand...
Vision Processing Issues: What Teachers Should Know

Vision Processing Issues: What Teachers Should Know

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month. And while I don’t have experience with dyslexia, I do have experience with visual processing issues, something commonly confused with dyslexia.  If you’ve followed me for a bit, you know that my son has vision processing issues. We...
Teaching Native Peoples

Teaching Native Peoples

It’s fall! I love fall – the weather starts to cool down (slowly, but I’ll take it.) It is also time for one of my favorite social studies units, the one on Indigenous peoples. Teaching about Native peoples unit can be rich and full of culture – or it can be full of...
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