Finding Everything You Need for Teaching U.S. History
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by Michele Luck
2M ago
The Teaching Challenge Teaching today is a challenge. Your biggest challenge is finding the time to get everything done. That’s what I hope to help with in this series of posts. Each will address the best websites, strategies, and resources for teaching the Social Studies content areas. In this post, We’ll take a look at […] The post Finding Everything You Need for Teaching U.S. History appeared first on A Lesson Plan for Teachers ..read more
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10 Great Ways to Use Scavenger Hunts in the Classroom
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by Michele Luck
5M ago
This generation of students has been raised playing games. They play them for fun, to keep distracted or entertained, and even to help them complete chores or fall asleep. Gaming is a way of life. So why not use games in the classroom to help students learn? Even better, how about learning 10 great ways […] The post 10 Great Ways to Use Scavenger Hunts in the Classroom appeared first on A Lesson Plan for Teachers ..read more
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Many Strategies for Student Learning In One Interactive Resource
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by Michele Luck
6M ago
Teaching in today’s world requires presenting content in a number of varied ways for student engagement and content retention. Wouldn’t it be awesome to prep just ONE resource with different strategies for optimal student learning? If you are willing to be creative in your lesson presentation, you can do this with ease! Choosing a Resource […] The post Many Strategies for Student Learning In One Interactive Resource appeared first on A Lesson Plan for Teachers ..read more
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Small Group Lessons: 8 Best Practices for the Classroom Teacher
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by Michele Luck
7M ago
As teachers, we often find ourselves faced with classrooms full of students with a range of abilities, interests, and learning styles. While whole-class instruction can be effective in certain situations, small group lessons can provide more targeted and personalized learning experiences for our students. Let’s explore some best practices for facilitating small group lessons in […] The post Small Group Lessons: 8 Best Practices for the Classroom Teacher appeared first on A Lesson Plan for Teachers ..read more
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5 Effective Strategies for Differentiating in the Interactive Classroom
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by Michele Luck
7M ago
As educators, we all know the importance of differentiation in the classroom. It is the process of tailoring instruction to meet the diverse needs of learners. Differentiation helps students learn more effectively and efficiently by providing them with a personalized learning experience. However, differentiation can be a challenging task, especially if you don’t have access […] The post 5 Effective Strategies for Differentiating in the Interactive Classroom appeared first on A Lesson Plan for Teachers ..read more
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How To Boost Student Success: 5 Engaging Collaborative Classroom Activities
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by Michele Luck
8M ago
Collaboration is an essential skill that students need to develop in order to succeed in school and in life. As teachers, we need to provide opportunities for our students to work together, learn from each other, and solve problems together. The following are my favorite collaborative classroom activities that will let your students build a […] The post How To Boost Student Success: 5 Engaging Collaborative Classroom Activities appeared first on A Lesson Plan for Teachers ..read more
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5 Tips for Fostering Great Student Collaboration in the New Year
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by Michele Luck
8M ago
As teachers, we know that the beginning of the school year can set the tone for the rest of the academic year. It’s essential to establish a positive classroom environment that fosters collaboration, communication, and teamwork. By starting the school year with a focus on student collaboration, we can create a classroom community that will […] The post 5 Tips for Fostering Great Student Collaboration in the New Year appeared first on A Lesson Plan for Teachers ..read more
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5 Easy Ways for Teachers to Relax Over Summer Break
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by Michele Luck
9M ago
As a teacher, the summer break is a well-deserved opportunity to relax, recharge and rejuvenate before the start of the new academic year. Whether you plan to travel or stay home, here are five things you can do to unwind over the summer. Unplug and Disconnect from Work After a long and hectic academic year, […] The post 5 Easy Ways for Teachers to Relax Over Summer Break appeared first on A Lesson Plan for Teachers ..read more
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Winding Down the End of the School Year
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by Michele Luck
9M ago
As the end of the school year approaches, teachers often find themselves facing a flurry of responsibilities. It can be a hectic time. It’s important to make sure that everything is done properly to ensure that your students are prepared for the next school year. Some of the responsibilities that teachers have at the end […] The post Winding Down the End of the School Year appeared first on A Lesson Plan for Teachers ..read more
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6 Tips for Students to Complete End-of-Year Testing Stress-Free
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by Michele Luck
10M ago
As the end of the school year approaches, so does the dreaded end-of-year testing season. While these tests are undoubtedly important for the district, they can also be a source of stress and anxiety for many teachers and students. Fortunately, there are steps that you both can take to help alleviate some of this stress […] The post 6 Tips for Students to Complete End-of-Year Testing Stress-Free appeared first on A Lesson Plan for Teachers ..read more
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