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Get information on cooperative learning, an instructional strategy in which small groups of students work together on a common task. This teaching method is an excellent way to allow students to think critically without relying on you for answers.

Cooperative Learning: Teaching Strategy (Grades K-12)

Get information on cooperative learning, an instructional strategy in which small groups of students work together on a common task. This teaching method is an excellent way to allow students to think critically without relying on you for answers.

6 strategies of direct instruction for teachers who want to revitalize their classroom

Effective Teaching Strategies: Advice for Teachers (Grades K-12)

The forgotten origins of Memorial Day. Lesson plans for K-12 from Teacher Vision.

Memorial Day Videos & Activities

VIDEO: Don't Know Much About Minute: Memorial Day -- Author Kenneth C. Davis shares the forgotten history of Memorial Day. Students will learn how red poppies became associated with this somber day. It's paired with three classroom activities for grades

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Special Needs – Teacher Resources (Grades K-12

A year-long comfortable classroom experience with survivial tips and management advices for elementary school teachers

Elementary Classroom Survival Tips

A year-long comfortable classroom experience with survivial tips and management advices for elementary school teachers

How Students Learn: Tips & Advice for Teachers (Grades K-12)

How Students Learn: Tips & Advice for Teachers (Grades K-12)

Teaching today is nothing like it was in the past. Gone are the days of loose curriculum, infrequent observations by your principal, and learning cursive; we now have structured lessons, unannounced walkthroughs by both the principal and the superintendent, and a lack of downtime. How do we keep joy in our classrooms — for the kids and also for us? Take a look at some tips for continuing to make teaching and learning fun.

Keeping Joy in the Classroom

Teaching today is nothing like it was in the past. Gone are the days of loose curriculum, infrequent observations by your principal, and learning cursive; we now have structured lessons, unannounced walkthroughs by both the principal and the superintendent, and a lack of downtime. How do we keep joy in our classrooms — for the kids and also for us? Take a look at some tips for continuing to make teaching and learning fun.

So you’re a teacher (or you're thinking about becoming one), but you’re not so sure that you chose the right career path. If you happen to possess the following traits, you can rest assured that you’re heading in the right direction.

4 Signs That You Were Meant to be a Teacher

These four characteristics are essential to a successful teaching career.

Read about strategies and behaviors to employ when teaching culturally diverse students. (Grades PreK-12)

Strategies for Teaching Culturally Diverse Students

A descriptive list of behaviors and strategies for teaching culturally diverse students.

10 Great Activities for Early Finishers in Technology My students work at vastly different paces so it is always a challenge to decide what the early finishers should do. Here is a list of 10 great activities for your early finishers that aren't just tim

10 Great Activities for Early Finishers in Technology My students work at vastly different paces so it is always a challenge to decide what the early finishers should do. Here is a list of 10 great activities for your early finishers that aren't just tim

10 Great Activities for Early Finishers in Technology  My students work at vastly different paces so it is always a challenge to decide what the early finishers should do. Here is a list of 10 great activities for your early finishers that aren't just tim

10 Great Activities for Early Finishers in Technology My students work at vastly different paces so it is always a challenge to decide what the early finishers should do. Here is a list of 10 great activities for your early finishers that aren't just tim

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Positive Classroom Behavior: Advice for Teachers (Grades K-12)

TeacherVision has thousands of expertly curated teaching resources for all grades and subjects including lesson plans, worksheets, teaching strategies and videos.

FlipGrid in the Classroom Have you caught #FlipGridFever yet? If not, its time you did! This is arguably one of the best apps of 2017. There are so many levels of student thinking it can uncover…

FlipGrid in the Classroom Have you caught yet? If not, its time you did! This is arguably one of the best apps of There are so many levels of student thinking it can uncover…

Listen in on many classrooms at all levels, and you'll probably hear teachers asking question after question. With so many questions coming at them, students have little time to think. Looking at it another way: the more questions that are asked, the less thinking occurs. Classroom observations reveal that teachers typically wait less than 1 second for students to respond to a question. Learn how and why you should change this pattern in your classroom. (Grades K-12)

Your Secret Weapon: Wait Time (Professional Development Teaching Advice, Grades K-12)

Nurturing a positive community in your classroom is an ongoing process — with significant benefits for students.

The Importance of Building Community in the Classroom

Schools and classrooms are where children spend a significant amount of time each week, and teachers have an opportunity to help their students make the most of that time together by developing a classroom community each day.

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