Tag: Reflection

Reflecting Out Loud

Reflecting Out Loud

You kneel down next to the student and gently but firmly say, “I want you to think about what you’ve done.” The student’s eyes look off into the distance for a moment, then return to yours. “Kay. Done.” “No,” you say. “Really think about what you have done.” The student’s brow furrows, trying to mimic

You kneel down next to the student and gently but firmly say, “I want you to think about what you’ve done.” The student’s eyes look off into the distance for a moment, then return to yours. “Kay. Done.” “No,” you say. “Really think about what you have done.” The student’s brow furrows, trying to mimic... read more

Webinar: Blogging with Elementary Students – Gifted and Title 1

Webinar: Blogging with Elementary Students – Gifted and Title 1

Fifth grade English Instructional Technology Resource Teacher, Van Hoffman, discusses his experience with, and shares tips for, blogging with elementary students, including gifted and title 1. In this webinar, you will learn: Assessing writing Engaging students How to write a reflection Leaving comments on posts Content area assignments (history, novel studies, creative writing) View past

Fifth grade English Instructional Technology Resource Teacher, Van Hoffman, discusses his experience with, and shares tips for, blogging with elementary students, including gifted and title 1. In this webinar, you will learn: Assessing writing Engaging students How to write a reflection Leaving comments on posts Content area assignments (history, novel studies, creative writing) View past... read more

Don’t Let the Learning Stop: How to keep students engaged over extended breaks

Don’t Let the Learning Stop: How to keep students engaged over extended breaks

The “Slide” Throughout the school year, extended breaks provide both teachers and students the opportunity to give their mind a chance to reboot. However, learning opportunities do not have to stop while we take a break from the classroom to devote time to family, friends, and relaxation. Without opportunities for active learning during these extended

The “Slide” Throughout the school year, extended breaks provide both teachers and students the opportunity to give their mind a chance to reboot. However, learning opportunities do not have to stop while we take a break from the classroom to devote time to family, friends, and relaxation. Without opportunities for active learning during these extended... read more