We all learn at a different pace and have different learning styles. That is way teaching kids to learn is hard.
To prepare students for the real world, where technology and the economy are evolving every day, we must prepare them to be nimble, creative and be ready for any curve ball life might throw at them.
Who uses a timer in their classroom for lessons? I know that some are not big fans of using a timer for any reason, while others find (and research bears this out) that a timer can be one of the most useful teaching strategies to help motivate students.
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.
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.