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The Shocking Truth About Educational Labels and How To Teach All Students!

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.

Danger! How Assuming That Students Understand Our Words Fails Them

it is important that we, as teachers, especially those of us who work with kids with special needs or learning disabilities, don’t assume anything about what they know. Assuming that students understand our words is a path for failure with our students. Their home lives and experiences are often very different from ours, and we need to be mindful of that if we are to give them the best possible learning experience in our classrooms.

Own Learning Quickly And Easily With Student Made Learning Centers

Many teachers don’t implement stations because they can take a considerable amount of time – and creativity – to put together. By allowing students to teach each other by constructing centers for their classmates, this burden is lifted and students become much more deeply engaged with the material as they think up ideas to teach their classmates. As Becky says, “Their ideas are much better than anything I could have come up with, and they love it because they’re ‘owning’ their products.” By allowing students to teach each other by constructing learning stations, students become much more deeply engaged with the material as they think up ideas to teach their classmates, resulting in better comprehension and memorization.

2021-03-24T16:46:22-04:00By |1 Comment

Own Learning Quickly And Easily With Student Made Learning Centers

Many teachers don’t implement stations because they can take a considerable amount of time – and creativity – to put together. By allowing students to teach each other by constructing centers for their classmates, this burden is lifted and students become much more deeply engaged with the material as they think up ideas to teach their classmates. As Becky says, “Their ideas are much better than anything I could have come up with, and they love it because they’re ‘owning’ their products.” By allowing students to teach each other by constructing learning stations, students become much more deeply engaged with the material as they think up ideas to teach their classmates, resulting in better comprehension and memorization.

2021-03-24T16:46:22-04:00By |1 Comment
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