Learner Response Systems
This group is for all teachers in all subjects K-12, to share their ideas and successes of using Learner Response Systems as well as other creative uses in the classroom.
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One of our favorite writers is back! In her latest blog, Pat Verhoeven shares tips, websites and resources for helping students explore and understand geometry.
Struggling to get your students involved in classroom discussions? Follow these tips from Tabitha Savage for setting the framework for productive class discussions.
Couponing is all the rage, but how can you use coupons to teach mathematics? In this article, Tabitha Savage shares some simple couponing activities you can do with early and upper elementary students. She even includes a couponing flipchart with pretend coupons to help you get started with your lesson.
Morning math meetings are essential in an elementary classroom. In this article, Tabitha Savage shares how to break the traditional routine and do something more meaningful to help students build strong number sense.
If you are ready to pass your college math courses, then follow this 3-P program for math success. Keep each of the three points in mind as you get going: PREPARE, PRIORITY, PRACTICE.
The author Nancy Thomason is a former college student of education and nursing, a college instructor and test preparation expert. As a leading contributor to Test Score Breakthrough, she assists in the development of their study guides and Praxis practice exam questions and other examination such as ETS Praxis, TExES, GACE, NCLEX, FTCE, ASVAB, professional and graduate school admissions tests.
Andreas Scheilcher is the head of the OECD, and was recently involved in the Education Fast Forward debates. Find out what he thinks we should be doing to improve the quality of education, jobs and the lives of the next generation of students around the world.
Get the new school year started off right! In her latest article, Tabitha shares four challenges to help set the tone for the new school year for you and your students.