Stories & Announcements
There are lots of ways to gauge how well a lesson went in just the last few minutes of class and these forms of feedback can sometimes even be fun.
having students reflect on what they’ve learned and apply that knowledge in new ways can be critical to getting the learning to stick.
Social-emotional learning and good academic instruction aren’t two separate things.
Asking big questions is one of the most important things we can teach our students to do.
What happens when our students really stretch their minds and bodies?
The very first thing we say to students as they enter class can set the tone for all that follows.
Starting class with movement can make a world of difference in focus and attention.
Starting class with stillness, attention and deep breathing can set a peaceful tone for your day.
It’s great when you can connect your class opener to content and there are lots of quick and simple ways to do that.
The core of community building is about being seen, heard, known, and appreciated for who you are.