A video can be a powerful learning tool. All you have to do it to learn how to use videos in the classroom to increase students engagement.
Welcome to the Teacher Classroom Ideas page! Here, you’ll find articles aimed at helping current and future teachers enhance the classroom experience for students, and improve their teaching skills.
From tips on engaging with students and handling bad behavior, to the pros and cons of incorporating technology into the classroom, this collection of articles provides a wealth of information and resources to support you in your role as a teacher.
21 Ways of Teaching Soft Skills to Students
Let’s explore 21 ways of teaching soft skills to students, so they can thrive in the future. The article has a handy list of soft skills.
What Is an IEP: Individualized Education Program?
IEP stands for Individualized Education Program. The document is a customized education services plan created for a student with disability.
All 5 Letter Words With No Vowels (Real)
We thought it’d be fun to list all 5-letter English words without vowels. The list has real words only. Other lists contain made-up words.
Pros and Cons of Technology in the Classroom
While technology creates many opportunities, blended teaching and learning are not without disadvantages. What are the downsides of tech?
6 Tips on How To Engage With Students
Based on my teaching experience, here is how to engage students and make the classroom more interesting, light and beneficial for learning.
How to Handle Bad Student Behavior
A classroom brings together both well and badly behaved students. The latter need attention to usher them back on the path to good behavior.
Prior Knowledge Activities
Here are activities to activate prior knowledge in the classroom. Once you get a feel for these, you should be able to come up with your own.
How to Manage a Class Effectively
Managing the classroom effectively is one of the teacher’s most important jobs and perhaps the most difficult, especially for new teachers.
How to Thrive During Your Field Experiences
by Connie Schaffer and Kelly Welsh How prepared are you for the process of becoming a teacher? You have likely developed good study habits that got you to college. These…