Tips & Strategies for Teaching Grade School (page: 2 of 24)
- Three Homemade Thank You Gifts for Room Moms
Thank you gifts for homeroom moms are sure to touch the heart. Each of the following gifts involves the creative abilities of the individual students in the class. These are simple, inexpensive gifts that will last long after school is over.
- 24 Spring Lessons for the Elementary Grades
Spring is a time of awakening, and there is no better way to awaken the interest of your students than by using unique lessons and activities. Here, we have collected the best that Bright Hub Education has to offer for spring.
- Teaching Multiculturalism and Diversity During Winter Holidays
Many holiday customs have lost their meaning in the hustle and bustle of society. Taking time to discuss the origins of our winter traditions helps students find connections, learn about diversity and, ultimately, foster tolerance. Here's how to start.
- Elementary Student Activities for the First Day
What should a teacher choose as activities for the first day of school? It's the first day of school, and everyone wants it to be a great first day. Try a student-created bulletin board and a candy ice breaker.
- You Don’t Have to Be a Common Teacher to Use Common Core Standards
What are the advantages of the Common Core Standards? Do you have to change everything that you taught before? Here are some specifics for first grade classrooms.
- Teaching Strategies to Overcome the Achievement Gap
As teachers, we can move beyond the talk about the achievement gap, and instead, utilize proven strategies to affect real change in our classrooms.
- BigUniverse.com – Inspire Children’s Learning
Read about Big Universe, an ebook sharing platform for grades K-8. How well does the program work? Is it a fit for your class?
- Class Badges to Encourage Student Learning
No matter how organized a teacher is, a little help is always welcome. Class Badges allows you to assign students badges earned based on criteria you set yourself. Learn more about how it can work for you.
- The “New” Common Core in the Elementary Grades
How do you adapt to Common Core changes in your elementary classroom? You may find it's not all that different from what you're already doing. Use the in-depth curriculum maps for guidelines and suggestions on adapting your current lesson plans.
- Incorporating the Common Core Standards into Your Teaching Style
Your school has recently adapted the Common Core State Standards. How does this affect you as a teacher? Here are some tips on making the “Common Core Style” become “your style”.
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