The start of school typically begins with setting and reinforcing classroom norms and expectations. But what will this look like for teachers who are supporting remote instruction this fall? The TpT community has advice to share for re-imagining your class expectations this year.
This year, students are going to need to rely on executive function skills in order to focus their attention, regulate their emotions, and more. But stress and trauma can take a toll on these skills, making now a critical time for educators to focus on them. Read on to learn more about executive function skills, and how you can support them.
How can you build a positive class culture that supports every student this back-to-school season? Whether your classroom is digital or in-person, here are our favorite tips on building a positive and inclusive culture and support system for your students.
Meeting students’ individual needs is as important as ever this year, and technology can help teachers do so effectively during blended or distance learning. In this post, find out how you can use digital tools and technology to support differentiation.
Social media can be a powerful tool for engaging students, but it’s also one that’s tricky to navigate for teachers. We asked the TpT community what teachers should consider before using social media in the classroom, and how they can do it successfully if it’s right for their classrooms.