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The benefits of differentiation in primary education are numerous. Learn the importance of meeting your students individual needs and strategies to do so!
Learn 5 cool ways to use summer reading passages in your K-2 classroom!
Many wonder: how does small group instruction help our students? Learn about personalizing education, and building relationships with students!
Learn unique and easy ways to differentiate your instruction in the K-2 Classroom
When I first started teaching, I had no idea what differentiated instruction is. I used to struggle when my students couldn’t complete a task. I would give a single assignment and hope each student would complete it in the same way. If they didn’t I would sit and model and the student would copy. This worked, kind of. Then, I… Read More
11 Exhilarating Ways to Use Nonsense Word Activities Nonsense words are key to reading success. We read nonsense words every day without even realizing it! These words often are syllables hidden within larger words. Think of the word “picnic”. This features two nonsense words: pic and nic. In order to successfully read the word, “picnic” students need to be able… Read More
How to Consistently & Easily Teach Small Group Instruction Elementary Are you wondering how to consistently and easily teach small group instruction in elementary? As a K-2 teacher, you are juggling so many plates. Many of your students are still learning how to be a student! How could you possibly add small group instruction into your elementary classroom? Let me… Read More
Successful Classroom Management Strategies For Small Group Instruction Are you struggling to find successful classroom management strategies for small group instruction? During my first few years of teaching, I sure was! There is no course on classroom management on the path to becoming a teacher. So much of it is learning by trial and error. Managing 18 young children on… Read More
5 Easy Steps for How to Manage Small Groups in the Classroom It can be hard to learn how to manage small groups in the classroom! As a teacher, you can feel pulled in all different directions when leading small group instruction. This may include a center time or strategic intervention where you only meet with 3-4 students at a… Read More