Building curiosity and motivation in students is not always as easy as it seems. It is still fairly simple to get your students to pay attention to subjects that are easy to grasp when compared to the subjects that are more challenging. Therefore, motivating students to concentrate in class becomes a challenge for teachers, especially with subjects such as Mathematics and Science.
As a school leader, you take on the (rather lofty) responsibility of ensuring your students have enough support to learn, grow, and succeed in their education.
One way to achieve this growth — and promote a positive school culture — is to make sure individualized education plans (IEPs) are effective and useful for every student that needs them.
To keep things running smoothly, you need to create an IEP that actually works. One of the best ways to do this is to run a successful IEP meeting.
What’s the point of an in-school suspension?
Is it to punish students for bad behavior? Remove them from class so other students can keep working? Keep them from an out-of-school suspension?
Focusing on the narrow applications of an in-school suspension means losing sight of the positive impact this strategy can have on your school culture.
Keep reading to find out how a thorough in-school suspension plan can benefit your school, 6 key elements that you’ll need to successfully create your own program, and 3 alternatives to consider using.
Living in the 21st century, technology has become an integral part of our existence. When it comes to education, technology has advanced rapidly in the last few years. From tablets replacing textbooks to Google search engine being the biggest source of learning, education technology has completely transformed the way we grasp knowledge.
Math anxiety is defined as “a feeling of tension, apprehension, or fear that interferes with math performance”. Often seen in students, math anxiety can range from general discomfort and mental disorganization to feelings of panic and high anxiety. Even though most students can cope up with this distress, for some the fear is so severe that it affects their math learning abilities and in turn, becomes a vicious cycle of failure.
Every day, you put a lot of work into running your school effectively — be it planning assignments, organizing classes, analyzing data, or preparing for formative assessments, (to name a few). And when you’re juggling so many tasks, incorporating the right school admin software can make your life much easier and benefit your teachers and students as well.
The good news is there’s a lot of school admin software available for you to choose from. The bad news is there’s a lot of school admin software to choose from. With pages and pages of programs to consider, where do you start?
We’ve compiled a list of our favorite software and highlighted some of their key features to help you make the right choice.