Reading a Novel in the Classroom with Three Targets: Comprehension, Point of View and Social Awareness By Jen Crandall (Kickemuit Middle School) @TeacherCrandall The Strategy In a sixth grade language arts class the focus was central theme and point of view. As a school, teachers were also encouraged to tie in a social emotional learning … Continue reading Including All Students in a Learner Driven Classroom
Leveraging Virtual Tours in the History Classroom We all strive to help history come alive for our students. One proven strategy is to have students engage in experiences that put them right in the action, whether it’s ancient ruins of great civilizations or those more aligned with modern historical developments. The constraint that we face, … Continue reading Digital and Personalized Learning Updates: Virtual Tours, EdTech for Formative Assessment, Google Classroom Mobile, and More
It's been a bit more than a year since RIDE adopted Social Emotional Learning Outcomes for all Rhode Island students. While time never seems to be on our side, making time for social emotional learning needs to be a priority not only for students in our district, but in every school across the United States.
By Stacey Dunning Why consider social issues when creating seating arrangements? Student seating and grouping has a significant bearing on how effective teaching and learning can be within the elementary classroom. When creating a workshop model, a mix of heterogeneous and homogeneous grouping is used. We try to teach kids who are at similar academic … Continue reading Student Seating and Social Issues using Google Forms