Are your students bored with math? Excite them with a baseball lesson. Sports and numbers fit together perfectly. You can’t have a winner without a score. Every game generates statistics. Baseball offers masses of historical data, situational averages and comparative studies.
Teaching Methods, Tips & Strategies
At some point in every teacher’s career, you will discover a time where the tried and true teaching methods you have used successfully, sometimes, for years, no longer seem to work. This could be during a transition to a new school, a different grade, or even when the fall semester’s newest crop of students seems completely opposite of every class that came before.
Here you will find articles, tips and strategies from fellow educators who discuss the many methods they have used to motivate and inspire their students. From basic advice on keeping cool and keeping control of your classroom, to deeper discussions on the what, when and how of various methodologies, you will find information that will help you reach and teach your students.
What exactly are literature circles and how can they help prepare students for Common Core? Those who love to read may use the more affectionate term of “book club” when discussing literature circles. Developing literature circles is a key step to integrating the Common Core into your daily lessons.