You can learn a lot about children and their behaviors by observing them in a planned way. Children are very interesting, if you are a teacher, day care worker, or a parent you can definitely gain knowledge about children's behavior in general or a specific child by doing a simple child observation...
Task-based learning is a useful and popular method for teaching ESL. This article discusses how to create and use a TBL lesson plan.
60 years after the publication of Lord of the Flies students are still fascinated with William Golding's story of survival. These lesson plan ideas will help teachers engage students on a daily basis.
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These 12 websites offer an incredible array of free lesson plans, unit plans and guided, project-based learning plans for elementary, middle and high school students.
School adminstrations use classroom observations as a means of evaluating teacher performance. This hub suggests twelve tips on how to pass classroom teacher evaluations by classroom observations.
These themes and book selections will make your December story hour planning a snap! Themes include snowmen, mittens, playing in the snow, and gingerbread.
Looking for some cute preschool songs to share with your young children? Here are some songs that are sure to delight them and help them to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday.
Pinch pots are a wonderful project to do with elementary students. The students absolutely love working with clay and almost any little container or cup can be made. The variations are almost endless.
During Halloween season or anytime, this list of recommended children's picture books featuring monsters will be fun and maybe just a little bit scary? for the preschool and early-elementary aged-readers in your life.