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Teacher to teacher | October 6, 2016 >>
Rubrics that students create themselves are a great way for students to take ownership of their work and have a clear understanding of assessment criteria.
Teacher to teacher | September 8, 2016 >>
Here’s what I learned in my first year of co-teaching about building and sustaining a productive and positive relationship.
Teacher to teacher | July 7, 2016 >>
This year I used a different teaching model that helped me use my time with my high school math students more productively: I “flipped” my class so the lesson was taught at home and traditional homework was done in class.
Teacher to teacher | June 2, 2016 >>
Supporting English language learners in your classroom is no simple task. Here is a list of strategies you can implement right away.
Teacher to teacher | May 5, 2016 >>
Have you considered asking your high school students to re-enact famous trials of historical figures like Galileo or Nazi propagandist Julius Streicher or a literary character like Tom Robinson in “To Kill a Mockingbird”?
Teacher to teacher | April 7, 2016 >>
ClassDojo is a free app for engaging with students and parents that can be used on iPhones, Androids and desktop computers.
Teacher to teacher | March 3, 2016 >>
My school has made a big push this year to encourage group work, collaboration and rich discussion among students. To that end, my school’s professional development team has introduced us to three innovative strategies.
Teacher to teacher | February 4, 2016 >>
The value of letting our students' ideas propel classroom work came home to me most dramatically when my students last year found old artifacts hiding in a gap in our classroom closet.
Teacher to teacher | January 7, 2016 >>
As teachers, we want our students to view reading as a pleasurable experience — not just as something that is required of them. The following ideas may help in your quest to create that enjoyment.
Teacher to teacher | December 3, 2015 >>
One strategy for bringing learning to life in your high school classroom is to have your students take on the role of characters from the past or from literature.
Teacher to teacher | November 5, 2015 >>
Mathematics is a difficult subject to teach. But every one of our students is capable of jaywalking. They are capable of determining how far they should risk going into the ocean. It’s just that sometimes they don’t know how to express it or they haven’t had the opportunity to express it in a way that makes sense to them.
Teacher to teacher | October 1, 2015 >>
Cultivating and celebrating trust and respect among adolescents in New York City is what student-written YCTeen magazine is all about. Teachers in New York City public high schools can get the print magazine for free.
Teacher to teacher | September 10, 2015 >>
To get high-needs students to grow, learn to connect with and appreciate the arts, art teachers need to frontload with materials, vocabulary, sentence starters and time in the museums and galleries of New York City.
Teacher to teacher | July 10, 2015 >>
Grammar isn’t typically a favorite part of English language arts for students or teachers.
Teacher to teacher | June 4, 2015 >>
Your first foray into technology and online units can be a toe dip. Use the resources and skills you already have to create something that will work for your students.
Teacher to teacher | May 7, 2015 >>
Think alouds are also a great way to assess if your students are understanding the material. If they are able to explain how they reached their answer, then you know they wholly understand what are you teaching, rather than just taking a guess.
Teacher to teacher | April 2, 2015 >>
Core Knowledge Language Arts, a Common Core-aligned ELA curriculum for elementary schools, has considerable strengths, though like all curricula, it’s not perfect out of the box.
Teacher to teacher | March 5, 2015 >>
I started a class contest among the sections of middle school students that I teach. Not only has it motivated individual students to be on task, but it has encouraged students to help their peers.
Teacher to teacher | February 5, 2015 >>
By guiding my students, I helped them overcome their insecurities with answering multiple-choice questions. Even my lowest-achieving students gained confidence as they actually asked for more multiple-choice questions to practice these strategies on.
Teacher to teacher | January 8, 2015 >>
The overarching question for all pedagogues remains the same: How do you get students to be engaged in learning while keeping their own interests in mind — and without losing your own mind?