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The Best Teaching Tool for Learning Math Concepts! – Student Savvy

Description Math Vocabulary Activities - Interactive VocAPPulary™ (Editable Vocabulary Versions Included) ***UPDATE - Now includes ADDITIONAL, DIGITAL VERSIONS! (Google Slides Version for Distance Learning & Google Classroom Use) {{See Video Preview to Preview Digital Version}} These creative resources are a simple, yet effective way for students to learn vocabulary on a specific topic! The perfect tool for learning and memorizing important math concepts! What is unique about Interactive…

Students have different learning style preferences. While some are visual learners and prefer to see charts, pictures, diagrams, etc., others prefer to learn by hearing, doing, reading or writing! The VARK model describes 4 learning preferences: visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and reading/ writing. This post has strategies and tips for teachers to use when planning instruction, to meet the needs of all kinds of learners. #tejedastots

Students have different learning style preferences. While some are visual learners and prefer to see charts, pictures, diagrams, etc., others prefer to learn by hearing, doing, reading or writing! The VARK model describes 4 learning preferences: visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and reading/ writing. This post has strategies and tips for teachers to use when planning instruction, to meet the needs of all kinds of learners. #tejedastots

The Best Teaching Tools for Learning Vocabulary! – Student Savvy

All teachers have their favorite go-to methods for teaching vocabulary words to their students. It may be the use of word walls, flashcards, analyzing the root word, or simply the repetition of writing down the word over and over. Interactive VocAPPulary™ is a simple, yet effective way for students to learn vocabulary on a specific

How to Maximize Your Student Learning Outcomes - The Art of Ed

Whether you love them or despise them, the purpose of Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) is to guide instruction and, in return, communicate to students what they should know or be able to do at the end of a lesson, unit, or course. In most districts, SLOs are used as a foundation to measure student growth. […]

I don't know if you've noticed, but student growth is a BIG topic of conversation in schools right now.  And if you're in the arts, this may feel (yet again) as though you're needing to create something that effects you and your students without a lot of support.  How many of you have actually seen

Have questions about Student Growth Goals? Well, we've created an online resource all about it. It's focused on providing examples of SLOs.