You are already doing so many great things, but what if you could make some adjustments and engage students in authentic, real-world problem-solving? Join us as we dive deep into project-based learning.
Welcome back to Teacher Insights! Meet Annie Tremonte, a Digital Learning Coach and ELA/Social Studies Facilitator in the Renton School District in Washington. Annie talks about her experiences with project-based learning, sharing how she has learned to embrace the complexity and the messiness of the process to provide her students with real-world problem-solving opportunities.
Discover how to help students develop skills for living in a knowledge-based society through the implementation of project-based learning.
Welcome to Teacher Insights! This week, our guest is Julie Beaver, a middle school and high school math and world language teacher from Zimmerman Middle/High School in Zimmerman, Minnesota.
Let’s explore how to make hybrid learning manageable through the use of six different methods that place student ownership of learning at the center of the practice.
Welcome to Teacher Insights! This week our guest is Leif Voltz, a middle school Science Teacher from Elk River, Minnesota.
Welcome to Teacher Insights—a new series where we will regularly talk with teachers from around the country and beyond about their current classroom experience. Our first guest is Trentino Parcells, a fourth grade teacher from Medellín, Columbia.
Explore how three blended-learning models may help you provide structure to your classroom and inspire your students to succeed in a virtual or hybrid learning environment.
Explore the four key elements of blended learning and how to apply them to your current teaching context to engage and motivate students.
Reflecting on 2020: among the challenges there have also been many things worth celebrating. Let’s take a look at our 9 lessons learned.
Sending warm wishes for 2021! Join us for the final episode of our special holiday series for tips to establish a self-care routine for the new year.
Are you prioritizing everyone else in front of yourself? The holidays are the perfect time to start prioritizing you with these 4 ways to start!
Join us to begin the countdown to the holidays with a three-part series that focuses on teacher self-care.
Explore strategies to celebrate, cheer-on, and encourage students during remote learning to build their confidence and to create a positive classroom culture.