This novel, perfect for a theology class, a sociology class, or even a psychology class, can of course, also be used in an English classroom or as an interesting pick for a book club.
Tips for Effectively Teaching High School Students
Teaching high school can be a rewarding, and challenging, experience. If you are a new high school teacher, a substitute teacher, or are looking for some ideas to manage a particularly difficult group of kids, you’ll find advice and opinion you can count on at Bright Hub Education, where experienced teachers and education professionals share their years of tried-and-true classroom experience with you.
Finding new ways to keep special ed teens interested in what they read can be challenging. Read on to learn ways that you can help teens with their reading comprehension in the classroom.
High School students interested in studying abroad may question the cost of the program, the requirements and the length of the stay. This article will answer those questions and state reasons why traveling abroad is a great choice!
For high school yearbook advisers and journalism teachers: learn how to teach and manage photography students. Managing a high school yearbook staff can be a full-time job in and of itself; show your students the basics of photography and manage your equipment and their time with ease.
If you want to use independent reading in your high school English classes, the first step is to set up a classroom library. This article will outline how you can get books your students want to read and bring them into your class when setting up your classroom library.