Every teacher enjoys a class where their pupils are engaged, having fun but most importantly, learning! To ensure learning has taken place, as teachers, we generally give our pupils an exam and grade their responses. But the best way to check their learning, is by having an immediate response. This can be completed in class through student responses, feedback and participation. A student who is struggling with the content of the lesson will not be able to take part in the learning, therefore a barrier is created, preventing the pupil from success. An effective way to measure the success of the lesson is by how involved the pupils are. Below are some tips to help student participation in class.
Are you trying to save paper in the classroom or at home? Is your school encouraging more use of technology and less traditional paper worksheets? Over the past year, I've been working on building digital mystery options to start a new line that will help teachers cater for their classrooms if technology resources are needed. These mystery games take me a while to make, so at the moment I don't have too many available. But, this week I'd like to share with you my latest digital mystery creation for the spooky season coming up, The Case of the Halloween Heist! I'll include a free trial so that you can see how it works. It might be a fun option to keep your students engaged and learning in the build up to Halloween.
Do your kids struggle remembering some of the times tables? Usually it's a particular set that can be a challenge for some. One strategy that I've found helps (especially for auditory learners) is using catchy songs. The added benefit of using YouTube video songs is that your visual learners will get to see the facts. So, in this week's post, I've taken the hassle of the search out for you. Bookmark these awesome times tables songs from 1-12 to help your kids at home or in the classroom remember the multiplication facts.
A 21st century School Teacher, Mother, and Wife.
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