Based on the title, it would be easy to think this article would encourage you to use less technology in the classroom. Nothing could be further from the truth. I love technology, and I am pleased and excited about its potential in the classroom. However, there are good ways and
El éxito en el proceso de enseñanza depende, primeramente, del buen desempeño del maestro. Para un estudiante, un buen maestro es su ejemplo a seguir, es aquel que contribuye con los aprendizajes significativos y sobre todo quién les da la oportunidad de cocrear a partir de lo aprendido. De acuerdo
In the modern classroom, there are endless tools, tricks, and strategies available to enhance the learning experience for students. However, the less-asked question remains: who keeps the teacher motivated? Teaching is a demanding, high-energy job, no matter the grade or subject. Here are a few ways you can stay motivated
This week we want to highlight the passion and projects teachers have recently shared on Instagram. This teacher is such an inspiration. Look how excited these students are about science class! Science must be taught in a fun, creative way to get students interested – and keep them interested!
A History of Change Africa: a continent with so many natural resources. The natural richness of Africa makes it impossible to believe this massive continent is home to most of the poorest countries in the world. Despite the economic and social disparities Africa faces, Africans carry the everlasting spirit of
This week we had a lot of fun celebrating Halloween. We want to highlight the best teacher costumes, and we want to share the celebration we had at Genius Plaza. Look this beautiful Monarch butterfly, doesn’t she look great? Wow, a real superhero! To be a teacher, you must
La celebración del Día de los Muertos es una de las tradiciones más representativas de México y una de mis favoritas, ya que es la forma en cómo recordamos a nuestros seres queridos que ya no están con nosotros, además de ser una tradición llena de colores, aromas e historia.
Did you know that March 13th is National Earmuff Day? Does that matter? Maybe! A day’s teaching can be perked up by even the smallest things. I encourage you to scour the internet for all the little known national days that blanket the calendar. Let inspiration take over and add
A dim spectre in the distance. A ghostly woman in white waiting forlornly on a bridge. A mysterious voice in the dark of the night. A statue that watches…and waits. Scary stories are powerful. Every community, rural or urban, has its share of tales that have the power to chill
This week, we want to share some great ideas for celebrating Halloween from teachers following us on Instagram. @firstgradedualadventures shared a great idea to engage students with six Halloween stations, creating awesome and fun art projects. @kristinbertie shared a great way to motivate students about writing. Who doesn’t love