With schools being temporarily closed, we know that educating children at home presents new challenges.
Preparing pre-K students for kindergarten and keeping them engaged is a huge undertaking. As pre-K teachers, our goal is to build the basic foundations for early reading and math concepts, beginning their social-emotional learning, and working with them on physical abilities such as motor skills. Adding to this challenge is the fact that pre-K teachers …Read More
What are some of the most effective ways to engage your students? In the coming months, our blog will be taking a deeper dive into various ways to activate and engage your students’ brains along with examples of how teachers are using these approaches in their classrooms. According to brain research, the more engaged …Read More
#HelpShiftHappen Blog Article by Deb Atchison Got students who don’t like to read at all? Augmented Reality books can change that! As a former student that hated reading, but turned Reading Specialist, I’m astounded by the statistic from the National Report Card that says that only 37% of our 4th graders are reading proficiently. This …Read More
Guest Blog by: Adam Peterson, TeachersLearn2 It’s no secret that teaching is a tough, demanding, and ever-changing job! As educators, we are always looking for ways to do more for our students, but sometimes we all need a little help to do so! So, today I’m offering some help to all of you who …Read More
At the beginning of 2018, our team came together to talk about our mission to provide Mind-Boggling Engagement for Early Literacy. We decided that we wanted to come up with a Big, Hairy, Audacious Goal to go along with our mission. If you’re not familiar with a BHAG, it’s an idea from the book, “Built to Last” by …Read More