Top 10 Tips Teachers Should Try
Activities that get students out of their chairs and moving in the room can help them engage with course content, even in high school.
If you want to know how to reach, engage, and best teach your students, ask them. Here are example questions and tips on how to ask them.
Veteran researchers present five strategies—like maintaining success files and allowing choice—to help struggling students develop a positive attitude needed for success.
Simple ways to encourage your students to develop academic mindset, metacognition, and social skills with your teaching.
Providing students with freedom of choice is one strategy for promoting learner autonomy. Educators commonly view this idea of choice through the lens of organizational and procedural choice.
For many students, the process of learning new material can feel like swimming in an ocean with fish moving in many different directions. Additionally, the information itself can feel like fish swimming in the minds of students overwhelming them, causing anxiety, uncertainty and even fear. They can feel as if what they're trying to learn has no order, especially when context is lacking.