Pre-Course Prep for Online Learning Yields Few Benefits, Study Finds

Preparing students for online coursework by giving them an up-front introduction to the relevance of those virtual studies pays few dividends, a new study finds.

After Parkland- Helping Traumatized Children

Traumatic events can cause severe disruption to students’ ability to have a normal school experience. In her article for ASCD, Kristine Souers writes that trauma is […]

Warning: At-risk Students!

Chasing Common Core goals isn’t easy; especially, if one teaches at-risk students. The popular approach is – identify the students at risk, and place them […]

Transforming Schools for Language Learners: The Push-in Model

Do you have students struggling with Language Arts? Failure to read proficiently and independently by fourth grade can hinder student progress seriously. If your students […]

How to Help Your Class Improve Their Grammar Skills

Have you ever prayed for a class with perfect grammar skills? I have. I used to teach literature. And, I have taught students who couldn’t […]

Art Day: Intervention and Supplemental Opportunities

Last year, I had a crazy idea to meet one of my failing seniors in the library and work with him to complete the art […]

Aiming for Higher Achievement

Over the past 5 years, I have written about my passing rate, reluctant learners, and working to increase the number of students successfully passing my […]

Whatever it Takes

I have hit a little bit of a static time within my classroom these past few months. I haven't had many new teaching strategies I've […]

Strengths and Weaknesses of Online Learning

I recently read an article entitled “Strengths & Weaknesses of Online Learning.” The article mentioned the following advantages to online learning: Flexibility Any Place Any Time […]

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