Tag: Teacher Motivation

Semester Long Account Reconciliation Project leads to Student Success

We often rolled our eyes (literally) and stomped our feet (figuratively) when we looked at our pacing guide and saw the week that we would spend teaching account reconciliation. We viewed it as a necessary evil of eighth grade math state standards and as a concept that our students rarely see in action at home.

Survive and Thrive: A K-12 Teacher’s Guide to Hybrid Learning

Two teachers create an online space, Tech4teachers.info, to help other educators reach their “roomies” and their “Zoomies This past year’s sudden and seismic shift into virtual learning also thrust educators to step into new roles, including Erin Scholes and JJ Van Ess. The two teachers, one in a public school and the other an independent

Building the Classroom of the Future

We’re only a couple of months into the academic year, but for many educators it already feels much longer. Teachers are working more hours than ever before, with the added strains of preparing lessons in new formats and sometimes multiple formats, connecting with students from afar, and sorting out new classroom technology. Trying to cover