By Teachers, For Teachers
A recent quote posted on TeachHUB sparked a thoughtful commentary on how labeling teachers as “good” or “bad” doesn’t solves anything or bring us closer to resolutions that help our teachers, our students, or our schools. Education blogger Steve Moore shares his response to this quote: “Good teachers are costly, but bad teachers cost more.” Bob Talbert
Since iPads are are relatively easy to use and don't have a significant demand on fine motor schools, they are becoming increasing popular for instruction of our students with special needs. Here are my five favorite language development apps that benefit all children but are particularly useful for reaching and teaching students with special needs.
With Spring upon us, and the warmer temperatures on their way, it is a great time to think about spring cleaning those filing cabinets! Follow my simple filing method to ensure that you never lose, forget or misplace your teaching resources.
Kids are fascinated by themselves – it’s a natural part of their development. So why not take that fascination and use it to stir up a little enthusiasm about your subject matter? Here are 12 ideas for student-centered lessons across the curriculum.
YouTube has been an educational resource with tremendous potential that teachers have been wanting to tap into for years. School bans and content concerns have gotten in the way… until now. With YouTube for Schools, school can block the main YouTube site while giving teachers and students access to educational videos for free.