2,000+ Lesson Plan Templates and Ideas for K12

One of the things I enjoy doing most in my job is hunting for treasures that educators can use. These need to be ready-made, easy-to-use, […]

Email Writing for Students

Most of us have been using email for a large portion of our lives. So it’s natural to assume that everyone knows how to send […]

Lesson Plan Template for Remote Learning

If you’ll be teaching remotely to some or all of your students this fall, it’s important to have a clear lesson plan format to follow. […]

A Living STEM Lab for All Grades

Wish you had a way to engage students with the power of nature while mastering critical STEM skills? If yes, then you must check out […]

Exploring Civil Rights History with Digital Resources

June 11th marks the 56th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s Oval-Office address outlining his goals for civil rights in the United States. In 1964, […]

Task-Based Lesson: How to Describe a Place of Work or Study

How to Describe a Place of Work or Study is a lesson plan created using the task-based approach in mind. Visit Englishpost.org for more teaching […]

How To Twist Up the Traditional Teach Back Method

It’s Tiny Topic time!!! In case you missed last week’s introduction to our ttcInnovations Tiny Topics, I recommend catching up on the “four-1-1” (it’ll make […]

Task Based Lesson: How to Ask for Personal Information

This is a lesson plan so you can teach students how to Ask for Personal Information. This lessson works well if you are working with […]

[email protected] Webinar: Get Active!

Our last webinar focused on tips and strategies that were seen at the International Forum for Active Learning at the University of Minnesota. ASU was […]

Personalized Learning, Really! – The 7 Components of personalized learning

What does it mean to “implement personalized learning”? We believe personalized learning implementation should emphasize on student-centered classrooms. As discussed in previous posts, it depends […]

Silent Youtube Lesson: Flipping the Video

Here is an interesting way to teach a lesson that came from the mind of Kevin Honeycutt: Suppose...

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