Falling for Digital Breakouts

The days are cooling down, the leaves are turning beautiful colors, and football season has kicked off. Fall is here, even though the thermometer has […]

Adding Adventure to Instruction by Using a Fliphunt

Regardless of what you teach, your students will most likely respond well to an adventure of some kind as opposed to worksheets or traditional whole-group […]

The Modality Effect and Wakelet Templates

Wakelet is an amazing (and free) tool for content curation for both students and teachers. To make it even better, there are fabulous templates available showcasing […]

Reflections: The Jigsaw Method in My Workshop

“I was using jigsaw with my students before,” said the science teacher at a private school. “Now that I know its effect size, I’m going […]

High-Impact Classroom Discussions with Google

John Hattie’s research identifies classroom discussions as having an effect size on student achievement of 0.82, which means approximately two years’ of growth in one […]

Celebrate Constitution Day with Free Digital Resources

America’s founding legal document, the Constitution, is a central element of American law and civics. It has been studied, debated, and celebrated since before its […]

Strategies That Work

“We have a wide array of instructional strategies implemented,” Terri said. “We use depth and complexity to improve student understanding.” Like this fourth grade educator, […]

Wakelet Choice Boards

“How can I create an interactive choice board with a popular content curation tool?” You could use any tool to make it, but why not […]

bulb Digital Portfolio Offers Free Premium Accounts

As a professional educator, it’s a good idea to keep a portfolio of your best work. This can be a powerful tool for reflection on […]

The Power of the Jigsaw

As educators, we are always looking for the best ways to help our students learn. Whether it’s a different instructional strategy or a new tech […]

The Significance of You

As you know, your student population is as diverse as it has ever been. Language, race, culture, religion, accessibility — whatever the need, as educators […]

Timelines Made Easy

As students come back to school, why not show them how to make timelines of their summer adventures? Yes, I just suggested making a timeline […]

LOAD MORE
We are updating our Privacy Policy, so please make sure you take a minute to review it. As of May 25, 2018 your continued use of our services will be subject to this new Privacy Policy.
Review Privacy Policy OK