"Well for communication sake ill make a google group and all the parents in it. I dont want to get distracted or parents to lose focus so i will avoid making a group on Facebook. This google group will just have important information that is passed…"
How does your district meet the needs of your younger students who show gifted tendencies? We have a program to pull out these students one hour a week for enrichment in reading and math. They seem to love this time to read at higher levels and have some challenging math as well, but it relies on the talents of our volunteers who teach them. Are there any suggestions on ways to meet these students' needs in another way?See More
"I have been doing a lot of research on Blended Learning. It seems like a great way to really move into 21st century learning. Ia m also a special education teacher and I am going to start implementing more technology in my classroom this…"
"I am a pull out and inclusion teacher. When I push into the classroom, I often feel like an assistant. I basically am there to aide the students with the lessons being taught. However once the rapport is set then I feel more…"
I'm a teacher in a special school in Australia and we use the 4 Blocks Framework. I was wondering if anyone else uses this literacy framework? What other frameworks do schools use for literacy?See More
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