By Teachers, For Teachers
When you think of STEM education, it’s not likely that skydiving would be the first thing to pop into your mind. In all likelihood, it might be more likely to think about your students’ groans and eye-rolling more than outright enthusiasm, but iFLY is certainly trying to change all that.
If your students are not as engaged as you would like them to be with social studies, use the following teaching strategies to tap into their interests.
Storytelling can be a powerful teaching strategy. Here's how to make it work in your classroom.
Even seasoned teachers still feel the stress of the first few weeks. To help alleviate some of this tension, try and keep track of all of your classroom responsibilities and essential tasks ahead of time with a back to school checklist.
Bulletin boards are an appealing way to display student work, they can serve as a means to educate, and provide an easy reference for classroom assignments or a daily calendar.