Contributor: Rebecca Beiler | Length : 6 | File type : Video
When you ask your class a question, how many students can answer? Too often, says Rebecca, only one. The student you call on will engage while the others sit passively. But with turn and tell, every s... Read More
Contributor: Jay Martin | Length : 68 | File type : Audio
Some professionals discount rhyme in poetry as cheap technique. Though rhyme alone does not deliver poetic quality, poetic language infused with winsome rhyme forms a stirring combination near the ape... Read More
Contributor: Spencer Weaver | Length : 6 | File type : Video
"I can't do this. This is dumb."
If your students keep getting stuck and needing the teacher's help, they are at risk of negative attitudes about themselves or their learning. But Spencer encourage... Read More
Contributor: Susanna Nolt | File type : Teaching Material
Grades 2-8 learn about Pointillism, a form of painting that uses dots instead of smooth brush strokes. Students make their own pointillistic picture using markers.
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Contributor: Ruth Anna Kuhns | Length : 4 | File type : Video
Do your students struggle to remember commas, periods, and capital letters? Ruth Anna demonstrates a memorable kinesthetic method for reinforcing basic punctuation concepts.
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Contributor: Karen Yoder | Length : 5 | File type : Video
How do you help your struggling readers to gain confidence and proficiency? Martha Stoltzfus and Karen Yoder share their techniques.
1. Writing stories on the board to help stud... Read More
Contributor: Melvin Burkholder | Length : 100 | File type : Audio
Why should we teach history to elementary students? Melvin encourages schools to train for competency, and discusses benchmarks for social studies learning in grades 1-6.
Contributor: Shalom Mennonite School | File type : Teaching Material
A simple mindmap organizer to aid students in the brainstorming process.
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