How can we meet these students’ needs without neglecting some other part of the workload? It can be pretty tough to carve out the time. Well, there’s a teaching strategy to help students who need additional help, using audio books and online resources.
What can you do for the kids that are supposed to have something signed, but the parent doesn't do it? We have a lot of kids with a parent that works second or third shift, so the kids and parents really don't interact.
Improving collaboration in the classroom between members of the teaching team is essential to improving the overall classroom experience for teachers, paraprofessionals and students – and it may take something as simple as a 3x5 index card to accomplish.
With today’s technology, students have several ways to apply the “tell me a story” concept. Two effective teaching strategies to empower students to tell a story about what they’ve learned is to create an electronic postcard, or to make a movie about it.
For paraprofessionals who juggle a workload that includes focusing on dozens of specific students throughout the teaching day, making sure that all of the students they work with are having their needs met can be quite a challenge.