In the early childhood classroom (and beyond!), it is essential to encourage student creativity through arts and crafts. Whether self- or teacher-directed, children learn about themselves, others,...Read More »
With toddlers, play-based learning is highly beneficial. Since their attention span is much shorter than older children, organized lessons can sometimes fall flat, but by taking advantage of organic...Read More »
While attention and memory are important in every subject, they are especially critical to math success. Tammy Andrew, feature writer for Suite 101's teacher tips and training section, discusses how...Read More »
At one time or another, every person has felt 'stuck' when working on a problem. While students have the luxury of asking a knowledgeable adult to lead them in the right direction, in most work...Read More »
Students may not realize it, but reading for math takes a different strategy than reading for English and other subjects. While math textbooks are certainly written with a particular age group in...Read More »
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