It’s important to carve out quality time to spend with your kids each day. But there are some days when that’s easier said than done!
When my son was 5, he came home from a neighbor’s yard upset. “All the kids want to play soccer and I hate soccer!” He began to stomp up to...
From taking their first steps to learning how to read, children gain self-confidence as they master new skills. This gives them the courage to continue to explore and expand their...
New materials can leave kids in the fog. Here are five metacognitive questions they can use to find their way and become more independent learners.
A few ways to set up formative and summative assessments that provide an accurate picture of what students know.
The start of a unit is a great time to encourage students to see how what they’re learning applies in different situations.