One of the biggest challenges teachers face when they are teaching a multi-ability class is how to teach all levels of students, especially those who need enrichment activities.
15 Challenge, SDI, and Enrichment Activities to Keep Challenge Groups Engaged in the Mixed-ability Classroom – Part 1
Paraprofessionals and Teachers: Are you Serious About Wanting To Help Students Achieve Success? Here’s How To Be A Powerful Collaborative Team!
Technology in Education: How Blending Education and Technology Gives You a Leg Up in Your Profession
Education has changed dramatically over the years. Gone are the days of carrying a bookbag filled with loose leaf paper, pencils, and textbooks. Today, students are much more likely to walk into a classroom with a tablet under their arms and schedule Skype meetings with their professors instead of stopping by office hours.
When you get discouraged in your attempts to help your students, to reach them with your message, remember that one person in your life that made a difference for you. One person CAN make a difference. That person is you. You only need to believe you CAN.
At the heart of all the theories, ideas, and different labels; regardless of the vernacular, what we’re really talking about is adjusting our teaching to respect the way our students learn. It’s about employing strategies that have been proven to work, and adjusting the way we offer learning, based upon the feedback we receive from constant progress monitoring. Ultimately, it is about applying What I like to refer to as Really Terrific Instruction.
Susan’s Specialized Blogs
- 15 Challenge, SDI, and Enrichment Activities to Keep Challenge Groups Engaged in the Mixed-ability Classroom – Part 1 October 1, 2015
- Overcome Writer’s Block With This Productivity Strategy June 29, 2015
- Get the Wiggle Rumps Engaged June 17, 2015
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