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Giving your students opportunities to “teach” each other allows them to exercise many skills and build their abilities as leaders and persuasive speakers.
Educators know that parent/guardian communication is vital to a student’s success, as lessons being taught in class can consistently be reinforced in the home environment.
PBL is well-designed to show results. The self-directed lessons require lots of advance planning and preparation.
Carefully planned lessons are a rarity in the real world. Life is not a series of modules, units, or activities.
Musical elements like tempo, meter, rhythm, frequency, harmony, and tuning systems can be used to demonstrate math (and language/literature) concepts in real applications that students can hear and experience.
If you have never used music in the classroom, I would recommend that you gradually introduce music into the classroom to coincide with your instruction.
I have used a variety of techniques that scientists have shown make a real difference to the brain and student learning.
By changing mental states often, you can enhance the learning process.
I am a retired military and elementary school teacher living in Tennessee. I am an avid reader and love to write. I am very passionate about helping teachers. I hope you find my educational tips and strategies useful and enjoy hearing about my personal journey. Thanks for visiting!
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