How can Teachers Implement Inquiry Based Learning in the Classroom?

How can Teachers Implement Inquiry Based Learning in the Classroom?

Involve your students and lead them to understand with Inquiry Based Learning…
Inquiry-based learning (IBL) is an approach to education that places students’ questions, ideas and observations at the center of the learning experience.
The nature of an IBL activity, the process, the end product and how it is shared is dependent upon the developmental level of […]

How Can Teachers Make Reading Meaningful For The Student?

How Can Teachers Make Reading Meaningful For The Student?

Help your students build ‘text to life’ connections with these essential elements of reading success…
Reading is an essential component of learning. Often when students struggle within a specific subject matter, it is because of underdeveloped reading skills.
Range of Reading Ability
The range of reading ability in any given classroom is approximately 2/3 of the students’ chronological […]

How can teachers avoid power struggles with students?

How can teachers avoid power struggles with students?

Feel confident in your ability to respond to a student who attempts to engage you in a power struggle…
Students who are defiant or non-compliant can be among the most challenging to teach. They can frequently interrupt instruction, often do perform poorly academically, and may show little motivation to learn.
There are no magic strategies for […]

GRADUATE (Adams) Course – Technology for Today’s Classroom

“Technology in education is less about the toolset and skillset and more about the mindset. The teacher’s most prominent role in the digital age is that of lead learner.”

1  Graduate Credit

Grading: A-F
Materials: Included in the course fee!
Graduate Credit: 1  Graduate Credit
Instruction Mode: Self-paced, Asynchronous (Online Class)
Time Frame: Enroll and start any time

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Why Are Shared Classroom Expectations Important?

Why Are Shared Classroom Expectations Important?

In an effective class, students know where things are going, how they fit in, and what is expected of them…
Things that are said, things that are done, patterns of action, body language and one’s tone of voice all send out information that students invariably interpret. Over time these interpretations lead students to construct answers […]

5 Fantastic, Fast, Formative Assessment Tools

5 Fantastic, Fast, Formative Assessment Tools

With tools like Socrative, Kahoot, Zaption, Chatzy, and Plickers, teachers can use tech for instant feedback about how students are learning…
Learning takes place in students’ heads where it is invisible to others. This means that learning must be assessed through performance. Assessment techniques can be broadly classified into two forms – Formative assessment techniques which […]

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