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Students have different learning style preferences. While some are visual learners and prefer to see charts, pictures, diagrams, etc., others prefer to learn by hearing, doing, reading or writing! The VARK model describes 4 learning preferences: visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and reading/ writing. This post has strategies and tips for teachers to use when planning instruction, to meet the needs of all kinds of learners. #tejedastots

Students have different learning style preferences. While some are visual learners and prefer to see charts, pictures, diagrams, etc., others prefer to learn by hearing, doing, reading or writing! The VARK model describes 4 learning preferences: visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and reading/ writing. This post has strategies and tips for teachers to use when planning instruction, to meet the needs of all kinds of learners. #tejedastots

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Using the Gallery Walk instructional strategy to teach important classroom  routines & structures  Teaching Duration: 1-3 class periods  What is a GALLERY WALK?  A gallery walk is a kinesthetic strategy that help students learn  information.  It closely resembles the idea of a jigsaw, but with more  movement.      * To set up a gallery walk, you will need content - something that       needs to be learned by the students.        * For a simple example, you might be teaching students about pri...

Using the Gallery Walk instructional strategy to teach important classroom routines & structures Teaching Duration: 1-3 class periods What is a GALLERY WALK? A gallery walk is a kinesthetic strategy that help students learn information. It closely resembles the idea of a jig

FREE! Chart showing the difference between formative and summative assessments. Click through now to grab this freebie. It will help you better understand assessment types. Use it to help guide your instruction. #YoungTeacherLove

FREE! Chart showing the difference between formative and summative assessments. Click through now to grab this freebie. It will help you better understand assessment types. Use it to help guide your instruction. #YoungTeacherLove

Are your worksheets contributing to meaningful learning, or just keeping students busy? | Cult of Pedagogy #teachingstrategies #educationreform  #podcast

Are your worksheets contributing to meaningful learning, or just keeping students busy? | Cult of Pedagogy #teachingstrategies #educationreform #podcast

The Second Grade Superkids: Differentiation Across the Subject Areas

We had another class Monday night with our new dual/ELL staff members, and this time we focused on differentiation and what that may look like across the subject areas. As we have done in the past, we had the teachers participate in a gallery walk and thus rotate around with their groups to add to a series of posters focused on this topic of differentiation. Yet again, our wonderful staff did not disappoint and came up with a wide assortment of ideas as to how instruction can be…