the best teachers are those who show you where to look but don't tell you what to see
the best teachers are those who show you where to look but don't tell you what to see - Google zoeken
Teaching and Learning Chalkboard Quotes
Print and frame for a fun and fresh look! This is a selection of handmade teacher quotes with a chalkboard background. I have one poster hanging in my classroom library, and the rest of the motivational quotes are in a gallery wall behind my desk. Choose all or just your favorites! I created th...
10 Tips for Grading Students with Disabilities in the Inclusive Classroom
An inclusive classroom welcomes students of all ability levels. There may be students with learning disabilities, students who are gifted and/or talented, students who work at grade level, and students who work below grade level in one class. How does a teacher not only provide instruction for such a wide variety of abilities, but also assess student growth and progress? Accessing Curriculum Teaching strategies such as Universal Design for Learning give teachers a way to deliver instruction…
8 Ways to Get Real With Student Differentiation - WeAreTeachers
Here’s some practical classroom advice from four top teacher authors and experts…
5 Activities for Building Empathy in Your Students | The Inclusion Lab
5 Activities for Building Empathy in Your Students | social-emotional skills, behavior, teachers, education
Why We Need Inclusion
An education blog with strategies, tips and information for teachers about teaching students with disabilities in the inclusive classroom.
Top 5 Posts You Need to Read Right Now to Make Your Class More Inclusive in 2017!
Have you made any New Year's Resolutions for 2017? I have and one of them is to continue to share great content, ideas and tips for making your classrooms more inclusive! Plus, I hope to have my book published this year -- but more on that later :) So, to kick off my resolutions (one of them, at least), I have compiled my top 5 posts about inclusive education. Hope they help you continue to develop and deliver outstanding inclusive programs for your students in 2017!! 1. Is it Inclusion? A…