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Scroll down to find resources for educators like you and families like yours who are navigating school closures related to COVID-19.(more…)
Keeping students on task and excited about learning can take all your best classroom management strategies — even when you’re delivering instruction face-to-face.
With many schools closing their doors indefinitely, teachers across the country have had to adapt at lightspeed and implement remote learning strategies.
While remote learning isn’t a perfect substitute for in-class instruction, there are lots of ways to keep students engaged while they’re learning from home.(more…)
March 14th is International Day of Mathematics! This year, UNESCO’s theme is “Mathematics is Everywhere.”(more…)
Concerns around Coronavirus (COVID-19) and school closures have schools and families quite overwhelmed right now to say the least. As parents and educators ourselves, we can imagine how stressful life can be in these uncertain times.
But just because schools are closed, it doesn’t mean your students have to stop learning.(more…)
Every student has varied strengths and learns at a different pace. So how do you make sure they each have the support they need, while also providing multiple points of entry into the lesson?
Pre-teaching helps teachers support students on a new concept before the lesson starts. Students have the chance to brush up on prerequisite skills or get a “sneak peek” of a new lesson. (more…)
As a teacher, you’re always thinking of new ways to motivate students in the classroom. After all, when students are engaged and excited about what they’re learning, that’s when the magic happens!
Prodigy makes math learning fun by turning it into an adventure, filled with exciting pets, epic quests and amazing in-game rewards.
We’ve put together a list of next-level tips and tricks to show you how Prodigy can engage students and reward them for good behavior or classroom achievement. (more…)
February is Black History Month — the celebration of African American history, contributions, and achievements that’s recognized annually across the United States and Canada.
For teachers, it’s a great opportunity to teach with intention, honoring the tradition and showing students its importance, along with the importance of black history and culture.