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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.

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.

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)

Your Secret Weapon: Wait Time (Professional Development Teaching Advice, Grades

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.

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Positive Classroom Behavior

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Improve students' writing skills with these 25 ways to motivate young writers. (Grades PreK-6) Great for new teachers and elementary teachers looking to build writing skills in their classrooms!

25 Ways to Motivate Young Writers

Improve students' writing skills with these 25 ways to motivate young writers. (Grades Great for new teachers and elementary teachers looking to build writing skills in their classrooms!

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Tips for Achieving and Maintaining Classroom Discipline

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

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

How Students Learn: Tips & Advice for Teachers (Grades

A learning center is a self-contained section of the classroom in which students engage in independent and self-directed learning activities. Get information on learning centers and how to incorporate them in to your instructional routine using this advice. (Grades Pre-K-12)

Learning Centers: Tips & Advice for Teachers (Grades K-12)

A learning center is a self-contained section of the classroom in which students engage in independent and self-directed learning activities

Download our thousands of free printables and reshape your lessons for students with special needs today!

Special Needs – Teacher Resources (Grades K-12

Inform yourself about curriculum strategies and classroom management for students with different learning needs.

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Teaching Resources & Strategies for K-12

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A fourth-grade teacher shares, "I have found that the majority of my most useful teaching lessons came from actually leading a classroom, not being a student in one. Here are the four biggest areas where grad school was not enough preparation." Keep reading to learn about those four critical lessons.

Things They Don’t Teach You in Grad School

A fourth-grade teacher shares, "I have found that the majority of my most useful teaching lessons came from actually leading a classroom, not being a student in one. Here are the four biggest areas where grad school was not enough preparation." Keep reading to learn about those four critical lessons.

Wondering how to start the new school year on the right foot? We can help! We asked three well-known teachers—much-admired for their successful teaching strategies—to share what tops their list when it comes to back-to-school resources and activities. Get their advice when you download our FREE e-book, "5 Must-Have Back to School Resources from Top Teachers."

5 Must-Have Back to School Resources eBook

Prepare to teach the students with special needs you may have in your classroom using this advice on accommodating and modifying your lessons to meet the needs of everyone. New teachers will find this resource particularly valuable. (Grades PreK-12)

Teaching Students with Special Needs: Advice for Teachers (Grades K-12)

Prepare to teach the students with special needs you may have in your classroom using this advice on accommodating and modifying your lessons to meet the needs of everyone. New teachers will find this resource particularly valuable.

TeacherVision Tip of the Week: Teaching With Cooperative Learning

Teaching Resources & Strategies for K-12

TeacherVision Tip of the Week: Teaching With Cooperative Learning 💡

10 Strategies for Developing a Growth Mindset in Gifted Students | These 10 tips and strategies for helping gifted and talented students develop a growth mindset include offering authentic challenges, structuring time for reflection and self-assessment, and using group learning activities. While targeted for gifted education, the strategies can be modified and tailored for use with a more general population, or as the basis for a series of character education lessons for growth mindset.

10 Strategies for Developing a Growth Mindset in Gifted Students

10 Strategies for Developing a Growth Mindset in Gifted Students | These 10 tips and strategies for helping gifted and talented students develop a growth mindset include offering authentic challenges, structuring time for reflection and self-assessment, and using group learning activities. While targeted for gifted education, the strategies can be modified and tailored for use with a more general population, or as the basis for a series of character education lessons for growth mindset.

This resource breaks down how to talk with students of different ages about violent or disturbing events. (Grades K-12)

Helping Kids Cope in a Time of Crisis and Fear

This resource breaks down how to talk with students of different ages about violent or disturbing events.

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