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Three Steps For Learning Outside The Box
2016-12-06 16:05
Many years ago, I taught a class on charity at a Jewish summer camp. The kids who came to this camp were typical American preadolescents and teenagers. They came to camp for their friends… Read More
5 Common Literary Motifs
2016-10-04 11:51
Motif, symbol, and theme: Do you know the difference between these three literary terms? Because of the interdependence of these devices, people often use them interchangeably—and in… Read More
4 Things That Biology Teachers Should Know
2016-08-31 11:35
Biology is a fascinating field of study that is literally full of life! From the atoms that come from distant stars to our cells, microbes, and atmosphere, biology plays a role in our… Read More
5 Things All History Writers Should Know
2016-08-26 11:34
When it comes to writing good history curriculum, there are a handful of universal truths that cross all of history’s sub-disciplines. The following tips can help writers align curri… Read More
6 Fun Ways To Teach Grammar
2016-08-23 11:54
Every subject area has that one topic that is particularly difficult to keep students interested in. In ELA, that topic might just be grammar. Even educators who love grammar can have a ha… Read More
6 Cool Technology Enhanced Item Types
2016-08-04 11:41
While next-generation assessments have exposed content writers to new ways of asking students to demonstrate proficiency of standards, many are still unaware of the plethora of technology… Read More
Top 5 Career Clusters Of 2018
2016-07-12 11:53
Many students, in preparing for their future, enroll in career and technical education classes to gain real-world experience and explore their interests. But what options do students hav… Read More
6 Things Every ELA Course Writer Must Know
2016-06-21 17:50
Like curriculum developers in other core disciplines, English Language Arts course writers should be experts in their field. They should have a strong command of the conventions of languag… Read More
Baseball Economics: The Fantasy League
2016-05-21 12:37
Is fantasy baseball educational? An intrepid reader recently asked me whether fantasy baseball was an educational experience. It seems she had been having this debate with her son, a seni… Read More
Disequilibrium In Math Class
2016-05-18 14:13
Today, if someone mentions disruptive ideas, it generally refers to the way a new technology has revolutionized the way we’ve come to know things to work. Ride-sharing apps, for exampl… Read More
Engaging Learners With CTE
2016-05-12 19:40
  Educators are always searching for new ways to reach learners through meaningful learning experiences.  Undoubtedly, learners that see the value in their learning will be m… Read More
Misconceptions In Math
2016-05-11 19:13
Students make math mistakes for many reasons.  They rush through their work or lose focus and make a copy error.  Sometimes that sneaky little minus sign just doesn’t make… Read More
Baseball Economics: The Pee Wee League
2016-05-10 20:06
Baseball is good for teaching younger students too! The last couple of weeks I’ve been writing about how a teacher (or parent) might use baseball or any other sport to apply theory… Read More
Two Teachers To Thank
2016-05-06 20:02
Earlier today, I had the opprotunity to watch a video cast in which Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan thanked several of their teachers who enabled them to become the people that they are… Read More
Basic Baseball Economics
2016-04-28 14:41
  It’s spring. Time for baseball. Time for a lesson in economics. As part of an economics lesson, ask students whether they think baseball teams make money, for instance, or w… Read More
Assessing The Assessments
2016-04-26 16:24
  The world of education has changed significantly over the last decade. Educators and educational publishing companies are adapting their materials and methodologies to accom… Read More
Meeting Students Where They Are
2016-04-22 20:23
  It has been almost 30 years since I attended the Teaching and Curriculum Program at Harvard Graduate School of Education. Most of what I learned has long been forgotten, as the r… Read More
Test Days
2016-04-14 14:24
  This point in the school year can be one of the most stressful times for teachers and students alike: state testing is underway. As the standardized test monster storms throughout… Read More
It's About The Grit
2016-04-11 13:57
Several weeks ago, I had the opportunity to sit on the floor during the Detroit Pistons game against the Miami Heat. I was close enough to the Pistons bench that I could hear their head… Read More
What's An English Standard Anyhow?
2016-04-07 15:56
An intimidating spiral bound pink booklet was my initial exposure to English  Language Arts Standards. Twelve years ago when I entered my teacher training program my professor handed… Read More
Implementing Personalized Learning
2016-04-01 15:24
In examining the principles of personalized learning and instructional design, it is important to look beyond technology. To make learning truly personal, educators must go beyond simple … Read More
What Is Instructional Design?
2016-03-24 18:21
The simplest way to understand instructional design is to differentiate it from instruction. Instruction is the teaching of subject matter content; instructional design addresses how that ma… Read More
Examining Character
2016-03-17 18:35
Aligning district English Language Arts curriculum to Common Core Standards can be challenging, particularly if a teacher is using curriculum that’s based on national and state standar… Read More
Solitude In The Classroom
2016-03-14 12:00
When I first started teaching, I opened our school's Geometry textbook and found that it was premised on my classroom being organized into groups, every day, all the time. The introduction t… Read More

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