I have found that percentage is something alot of students find hard. It is strange how we can work out 31% for example but students need to now how to do it. So here is a little guide to help.
An ideal teacher should have many qualities. A student remembers such a teacher for long. The effect of his personality on students lasts long. An ideal teacher is the one who is loved and respected by every student. He must try to win the hearts of...
These free K-12 lesson plans and projects encompass money management, financial planning and economics that address state and national common core standards.
Early on in my teaching career I was introduced to Alan Peat's idea of using story bags to help children write stories. A brilliant idea that really works.
Teaching vocabulary to ESL and EFL students can be a challenging task. Should it be done by pre-teaching vocabulary? This hub suggests an inductive approach as the best way to teach vocabulary.
Are you looking for free games, activities, worksheets, lesson plans, and printables for your students or your own children? Consider Lego math!
Provides varying tips and tricks for starting your grade book and then making sure it remains organized and safe.
Capsim Simulation: A description of the Broad Differentiation Strategy.
In this Hub I will cover some of the basic understandings of research data, specifically targeted towards sports. Each of the sections can also be used for research of all types. Types of Data There are two different types of data that we use...
Read about concept cartoons which are excellent tools which can be used in your classroom to trigger a debate, discussion and other critical thinking skills in children.