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Teacher Burnout – The Warning Signs and How to Avoid It

2020-01-10T17:50:49+00:00

While it can be argued that teaching is a highly rewarding profession, it can also be argued that teaching is a demanding career. Between time constraints, physical demands, testing pressure, and the emotional toll that teaching can take, its no wonder that many teachers face burnout and leave the profession. However, there are several actions teachers can take to alleviate this burnout.

Teacher Burnout – The Warning Signs and How to Avoid It2020-01-10T17:50:49+00:00

Blended Learning – A Checklist to Ensure Authentic Implementation in the Classroom

2020-01-05T15:23:22+00:00

Most educators have a general understanding of blended learning as an educational strategy that blends traditional teaching with technology. However, true blended learning is not as simple as using a laptop to research online or using an iPad to create a photo slideshow. Read on to learn how to implement blended learning in your classroom with fidelity.

Blended Learning – A Checklist to Ensure Authentic Implementation in the Classroom2020-01-05T15:23:22+00:00

Number Talks: The 10-Minute Math Exercise That Creates Expert Problem Solvers

2020-01-05T15:33:30+00:00

How might some of your students benefit if they could mentally solve math problems quicker and with more confidence, all while clearly explaining their thinking and strategies? It all starts in the first ten minutes of your math lesson with a Number Talk! This article will show you how you can implement Number Talks with your students in as little as five steps, as well as provide example routines and problems that are ready to be used in your next math lesson.

Number Talks: The 10-Minute Math Exercise That Creates Expert Problem Solvers2020-01-05T15:33:30+00:00

“Where’s my partner?” An Overview of Grouping Strategies for the Classroom

2020-01-05T15:40:48+00:00

Grouping students during the practice phase of your lesson can have many benefits. Students often like to talk and interact with their peers, and this gives them an excellent opportunity to practice what they are learning. However, many questions can arise when it comes to grouping your students. How should you group them? How can you implement grouping quickly and effectively, so you aren’t wasting class time?

“Where’s my partner?” An Overview of Grouping Strategies for the Classroom2020-01-05T15:40:48+00:00