Student Learning

Nov
27

Creating Student Innovators In Our Schools

When information is ubiquitous and free, and when basic education is available to billions of people worldwide, only one set of skills can ensure this generation’s economic future – the capacity for innovation. Here are few questions to consider as you reflect on the status of our current educational systems and how they need to […]

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Sep
18

Press Release: Teach n’ Kids Learn (TKL) and EvaluWise Announce Partnership

Providing Schools and Teachers with Personalized Professional Development based on Specific Skills Identified Through Teacher Evaluations Sep. 17, 2018 / PRZen / MIAMI & JOLIET, Ill. — Vista Learning, NFP’s EvaluWise®, the nation’s leading provider of easy-to-use Teacher Evaluation cloud-based software for public, private and parochial schools, and Teach n Kids Learn, Inc. (TKL) a cutting-edge provider of highly-effective online […]

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Jul
30

Language Arts Activities Which Will Gain Parent Support for Student Learning

How can we help parents in supporting their child to develop better skills when it comes to the higher demands for reading and writing? This is a question that many teachers struggle with every year in our schools. The focus of this blog post is to provide a few printable resources (see table below) and a […]

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Jul
19

Math Activities Which Will Gain Parent Support for Student Learning

How can we help parents in supporting their child to develop better skills when it comes to the higher demands for learning mathematics? This is a question that many teachers struggle with every year in our schools. The focus of this blog post is to provide a few printable resources (see table below) and a few […]

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Jun
11

Equalizing Mathematics through Differentiated Instruction

Rigorous learning opportunities, conceptual understanding, increased fluency. These are all underlying goals for mathematics teaching and learning in the 21st century and mathematics teachers are challenged daily to meet these goals with all students, regardless of the students’ prior instructional experiences or current mathematical understandings. To meet these challenges, teachers are expected to be able […]

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May
15

Addressing Attention Deficits in the Classroom

The classroom environment can be a challenging place for a child with an attention deficit. The very tasks these students find the most difficult—sitting still, listening quietly, concentrating—are the ones they are required to do all day long. Perhaps most frustrating of all is that most of these children want to be able to learn […]

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May
08

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) The Key for Developing the Whole Child

What is the goal of education in our society? When asked this question, many people respond with the idea of creating productive members of our society. People hope that the educational system allows children to learn and grow in such a way that they will be able to contribute positively to our society in a […]

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Apr
12

Meeting the Needs of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)

As a teacher, understanding the common characteristics of ASD might help you work with students who may be on the spectrum. Remember that each person is unique and displays a different combination of strengths, weaknesses, behaviors, interests, talents, and skills that they bring to the classroom. Breaking down tasks into understandable components and providing motivational […]

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Mar
07

The Amazing Ways Dogs Can Boost Learning And Development in The Classroom

By Jane Sandwood, Freelance Writer It has long been said that dogs are man’s best friend, but did you know they could be a child’s, too? In recent years, dogs have increasingly been used to aid learning and development in children with considerable success. It is estimated that 10 million children face difficulties when it comes to learning […]

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Jan
04

A Guide To Prepare Your Teenager For College Life

By Jane Sandwood, Freelance Writer An estimated 20.4 million students started their first year in American colleges and university for the 2017-2018 school year. Next year, it is likely that there will be more teenagers entering college, and if your child is one of them, then you may have already begun the preparations for the big day. Preparing your […]

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