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Three Examples of Incorporating Technology into the Classroom Using the SAMR Model

By |2021-06-28T14:17:13-05:00June 28th, 2021|Categories: Lesson & Curriculum Planning, Teaching Strategies, Technology in the Classroom|Tags: , , , , , |

As technology becomes more and more a part of our daily lives, we begin to see its benefits in the classroom as well. When used purposefully, technology can truly transform the learning experience for both students and teachers. After reading this article, you will be familiar with the SAMR model of technology integration and how to implement technology at each level in order to transform your students’ learning experience.

Flipping the Classroom Script: Flipped Learning vs. Traditional Classroom Learning

By |2021-04-27T10:23:34-05:00August 3rd, 2020|Categories: Lesson & Curriculum Planning, STEM & STEAM, Teaching Strategies, Technology in the Classroom|Tags: , , , |

Many of us have heard the term “flipped classroom”, and especially as technology is becoming increasingly a part of education, more and more educators find themselves trying the strategies involved in “flipping” a classroom. Unfortunately, there are some misconceptions about true flipped learning, and oftentimes, educators are not utilizing the strategy to its full potential.

Differentiation in the Classroom: Content, Process, or Product?

By |2021-04-27T10:27:38-05:00June 5th, 2020|Categories: Lesson & Curriculum Planning, Special Education, Teaching Strategies|Tags: , , , |

When we hear the term differentiation, we often think of helping students with learning difficulties by providing students the right support so that they can be successful at high levels in the classroom. This is the most common practice, but differentiation can mean so much more! Learn some common strategies for differentiating the content you teach, the process by which your students learn, and the products they complete to demonstrate their knowledge.

Get the Most Out of Your Class’s Literature Studies: Movie Preview Projects-It’s All in the Storyboards

By |2021-04-29T10:30:55-05:00January 30th, 2020|Categories: Lesson & Curriculum Planning, Reading/ELA Instruction, Teaching Strategies, Technology in the Classroom, Writing Instruction|Tags: , |

Lights! Camera! Dying to inject tech into literature while getting the comprehension Action! you crave for your students? Just as in any film making process, when using movie preview projects to engage your class of readers, you have to keep your own audience in mind. In this article, we’ll review a must for ensuring you get the product quality you demand, and your (student) film crew gets the experience and understanding that makes any literature study project worthwhile.

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

By |2021-04-30T09:54:04-05:00October 21st, 2019|Categories: Classroom Management, Teaching Strategies|Tags: , , , |

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?

Backwards Design in Lesson Planning

By |2021-04-30T10:06:37-05:00August 19th, 2019|Categories: Lesson & Curriculum Planning|Tags: , , |

After reading this article, readers will understand the three critical steps of backwards design in lesson planning, as well as the rationale behind it. They will be able to work through those three steps in order to plan a lesson or series of lessons for any upcoming unit.

Inquiry Based Learning: What It Looks Like in a Classroom Setting

By |2021-04-30T10:12:02-05:00June 3rd, 2019|Categories: Gifted & Talented, Lesson & Curriculum Planning, Science Instruction, Teaching Strategies|Tags: , , , , , |

Have you heard of inquiry-based learning, but weren't really sure what it entailed? Have you tried to implement it in your classroom, but not sure if you’re hitting the mark? Read on to find out the difference between true inquiry and flawed inquiry.

Building A Small Group Planning Notebook

By |2021-04-30T11:38:55-05:00March 18th, 2019|Categories: Classroom Management, Lesson & Curriculum Planning, Teaching Strategies|Tags: , , , |

Many teachers that I have worked with often ask, “how do you keep everything for your small group organized?” It’s very simple…a Small Group Planning Notebook! Having everything in one notebook and organized will maximize the time with your students. Often teachers will succumb to piling everything on their desk and deciding, “oh I will organize it later” - I’ve been there. However, simply keeping all your small group planning in one binder from the start, will prove to be beneficial not only for you but your students as well.  In this article we will take you through the process of setting up and managing your own Small Group Planning Notebook, and provide you with all the resources you will need to get started!

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