Many educators may associate “fun” in the classroom with games and activities that are engaging but not necessarily rigorous or standards-aligned, and some may see a tradeoff between engagement and rigor. But is this trade-off real?
What do #TeachersKnow? According to the more than 5 million educators who turn to TpT to share their know-how with each other, teachers know a whole lot. Discover more about the #TeachersKnow campaign and become a part of the movement.
Some of the biggest topics of conversation at TpT Forward 2019 were around the ideas of intersectionality, diversity, and accessibility. Here are a few key takeaways from some of the sessions that had Teacher-Authors talking.
Over 750 Teacher-Authors gathered at TpT Forward 2019 in sunny Austin for three days of learning, conversation, and collaboration. Every year, the TpT community comes together to share tips and…
Many educators are looking for ways to connect their students’ learning to the real world — and project-based learning (PBL) is one approach that does just that. Here are a handful of tips to help teachers manage a PBL classroom for the first time — or refine their approach — without getting overwhelmed.