If you suspect a student has dyslexia, what should you do? Learn how to spot the signs of dyslexia and the next steps to take.
Let’s talk public school. Get tips for transitioning to and from public school and how you may need to navigate the public school world.
Do you have students who struggle with reading? These ten ways to help struggling readers are practical, simple, and effective.
Consistency in teaching has multiple benefits. Tap into its power and watch your classroom transform into a positive learning environment!
Every student has a cell phone, which means every teacher needs a classroom cell phone use policy. Check out these ideas!
If you are experiencing teacher burnout, these solutions will provide the spark to reignite your passion for teaching.
If you want to use permanent marker on plastic for all your classroom items, you will need to have these tips and tricks up your sleeve.
How do you meet the needs of each of your students? We have step-by-step instructions and resources for differentiated instruction methods.
Take a deep breath! These strategies to overcome test anxiety will help your child prepare, relax, and perform his best on a test.
Once you understand test anxiety and its causes, you can design a plan to counteract it. Here’s all you need to know about test anxiety!
Creating classroom norms with students is a valuable approach to improving behavior and fostering a positive learning environment.
Are you looking for a bulletin board idea for February? Choose an inspiring and informative Black History Month bulletin board.
A classroom focus wall is the place to highlight the key information your students need. Find out how to make the perfect one for your room.
Reading centers help students practice key reading skills and free up teachers to work with small groups. Learn all about reading centers.
These activities will teach identifying the main idea and supporting details, a key component of reading comprehension and paragraph writing.
Accountable Talk can deepen class discussions and teach your students valuable critical thinking and interpersonal skills.
Are you looking for a way to teach critical thinking skills to lower elementary students? Try an easy and fun cause and effect activity!