Today, I am going to feature one of the very best differentiation tools available to K-12 teachers: learning stations. Our featured post, therefore, is this short article by Michelle McFarland-McDaniels on setting up this model in the classroom.
Movement and/or active play in the classroom can improve memory, learning, attention span as well as alleviate the symptoms of A.D.H.D. Here are a few fun videos to get your students moving and learning from the blog, Kindergarten Lifestyle. This guest post is full of great resources and ideas for supporting your active learners, but don’t miss […]
Today we’d like to share a fun post created by Howie Weiss from Weissice.com. His belief is that all physical education lessons should start with fun, include fitness and social education and help instill a love for life long movement. He gives a few tips on how to include children with disabilities in lessons. For instance, if […]