Getting students to practice our content area and have fun while doing it is the challenge we face as educators today. If students do not have the desire to write, solve problems, and create, how can we develop an excitement and love for learning while meeting all the demands of our curriculum? We can. Here's one way of many to bring the magic back to writing in your classroom. If you teach subjects not related to writing, then feel free to modify this as suits the demands of your curriculum and subject matter.
I used to like to walk the straight and narrow line But I thought this tool was just for elementary? It's babyish. High school students won't want to use a kiddie tool. Yep, those are common thoughts I've had and things I have heard by educators in the secondary realm when it comes to using … Continue reading Seesaw in the High School Classroom
Let's face it. At some point in your educational career, something will inevitably NOT go as planned. It happens in classrooms, buildings, and districts. We plan and plan, but then the execution does not have the result that we intend. It fails. Flops. Crashes. Burns. So then what do we do? Get embarrassed, dejected, angry, stressed or all of the above? Sure. What should we do instead?