If you’re a high school science teacher (or a soon-to-be high school science teacher), I’d like to share with you how I preferred to start the year with my freshmen and sophomores – and why.
In the second volume of our “Supporting All Students” resource round-up, we’re featuring Structured Play Centers, Morning Group Calendar Binders, Consumer Math and Life Science Projects, Health Class Resources, and so much more.
If you’ve been searching for Secondary ELA and Social Studies resources for your students, we’ve got what you’re looking for. We’re featuring Historical Webquest Activities, Novel Studies, History Warm-Ups, U.S. History Curriculum, and so much more.
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 tradeoff real?
In this resource round-up, we’re starting a new series called “Supporting All Students,” where we’ll be compiling resources that aim to support a variety of student needs. We’re featuring Comprehension Assessments, Social-Emotional Awareness Freebies, Special Education Resource Manuals, Writing Resources, and more.