Education Articles for Teachers - Page 2
How to Deal With Class Size Increases
It’s one of those things you can count on, as school district budgets get smaller, the number of students in classrooms will get bigger. Depending on where you are in the nation, your student to teacher ratio may be 25:1 or as high as 40:1. While there might have been a time in the past when dist...
National Standards Can Be Met With Goal Setting and Tracking
As educators, we are aware of the enormous value in setting clear, specific, obtainable, and measurable goals for our students. Making those goals transparent, and facilitating students' mastery of them, happens through early and effective teacher planning. Teacher organizations and entire nation...
Interactive Whiteboard Lessons
Interactive whiteboards have become increasingly popular in classrooms across the country. Taking technology in the classroom to new heights, interactive whiteboards provide a diverse array of tools and resources to users. Setting up an interactive whiteboard brings an excited hush over an enti...
Using Planning Time Effectively
For teachers, using time wisely is crucial. Things are always changing, students always have issues, and parents always want to speak with us. Our planning time is often spent on the phone with a parent, listening to another teacher, or dealing with students who had an argument on the playground....
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