Recently, we’ve heard that teachers are being asked to prepare options for distance learning as they face potential school closures. We tapped into the collective wisdom of the TpT community and spoke to four Teacher-Authors with experience in distance learning. They’ve shared their tried-and-tested tips in this post.
“How many of our young men and women readily know and reflect on the contributions that so many women have made, and are continuously making, to our history?” asks Teacher-Author Teach Me T. She shares her thoughts on how teachers can talk about and bring attention to the contributions of women, both past and present.
If you teach elementary math and science and are looking for fresh ways to engage your students, you’ll want to check out this week’s resource round-up!
This round-up is filled to the brim with secondary ELA and Social Studies resources that will help strengthen student spelling, writing, and critical analysis.
Literacy in 2020 is no longer just about reading and writing. And teachers across content areas have been called on to support these efforts. Here are just a few of the ways to approach teaching literacy across subject areas.