Planning lessons together is a great way for a new teacher to overcome feelings of isolation. But how? Tips for effective teacher collaboration is a must have for every new and seasoned teacher.
Every elementary and junior high school teacher needs to know how to differentiate reading instruction by incorporating a wide range of reading tasks as possible to appeal to their mixed ability classes.
Jigsaw reading and STAD are two types of cooperative learning activities that teachers should be encouraged to use in their mixed ability classes. Both activities are fun and educational that ultimately encourages students to work according to their level and ability in a non-threatening way.
The beginning, middle and end of a lesson should naturally flow and successfully engage students. This article provides educators with a step-by-step procedure for lesson planning.
Strategies and tips for teaching vocabulary to English language learners of mixed abilities that keeps the stronger students engaged, while helping slower learners strengthen their skills.