Danielson Framework

Oct
31

10 Classroom Strategies to Dramatically Improve Student Achievement

 1.    Establish a climate of mutual respect. Have students develop and agree on a set of guidelines for acceptable classroom behavior, based on the idea of mutual respect and everyone’s right to learn. Enforce these guidelines strictly and consistently and students will rise to your expectations. (Suggested Course – Classroom Management Keeping it Positive) 2.    Set high […]

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Feb
13

Supporting Learner Differences in the Classroom

Within any given classroom at any particular grade level, a teacher will understand that their students come from diverse backgrounds and will have unique, personal and individual differences. Subsequently, each and every student may learn new knowledge differently and this naturally, will affect how they perform in the classroom. Understanding learner differences can be an […]

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Dec
08

5 Reasons Why Students Benefit From A Problem Centered Math Classroom

Switching to teaching mathematics with a problem-centered approach may cause some teachers to step outside of their own comfort zone, the benefits that students receive from learning in this environment are well worth the discomfort that may be felt. Take a look at the 5 benefits followed by and math instruction video segment below.

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Dec
19

Professional Growth Made Easy For Teachers – Ashland University and Teach n’ Kids Learn Forge Exciting New Partnership

Providing Teachers with High Quality Online Graduate Level Courses Ashland University, Ashland Ohio, April 19, 2016 – Ashland University’s Professional Development Services has announced an exciting new partnership with Teach n’ Kids Learn Inc. providing comprehensive, innovative online professional learning courses. This partnership is a perfect combination of the market-leading strengths of both companies. Like […]

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Dec
16

Addressing Myths About the Common Core Standards

Myths and Facts on Common Core Few topics in education are as controversial or as misunderstood as Common Core. Released in 2010, the Common Core Standards set grade-specific expectations that the developers believed would better prepare students for college and the workforce. These standards have been adopted by the majority of the states, but many […]

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