Category Archives: Teaching Strategies

6 Student Empowerment Myths Every Teacher Should Know

By Patti Drapeau, author of Inspiring Student Empowerment: Moving Beyond Engagement, Refining Differentiation According to the Oxford Dictionary, empowerment is defined as “the power or authority given to someone to do something.” The definition also includes the process of becoming … Continue reading

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Online Resources for Kids with Learning Difficulties

By Lisa M. Kiss, M.Ed., contributing author Teaching Kids with Learning Difficulties in Today’s Classroom: How Every Teacher Can Help Struggling Students Succeed (Revised & Updated 3rd Edition) March 13, 2020, will be a date I remember for the rest … Continue reading

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Getting Our Students Ready to Learn with Mindfulness

By James Butler, M.Ed., author of Mindful Classrooms: Daily 5-Minute Practices to Support Social-Emotional Learning (PreK to Grade 5) As teachers, we want the best for our students. We want our students to be the best versions of themselves, to … Continue reading

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Achieving Goals with Self-Regulation

By Richard M. Cash, Ed.D., author of Self-Regulation in the Classroom: Helping Students Learn How to Learn Part of our Cash in on Learning series by Richard M. Cash, Ed.D. Click to read other Cash in on Learning posts. The … Continue reading

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12 Ideas for Kindness in the Classroom

By Shannon Anderson, author of Penelope Perfect: A Tale of Perfectionism Gone Wild Kindness is an essential character trait we want all our students to embody in the classroom and the world around them. How can we encourage kindness? This … Continue reading

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