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Troubleshooting the Flipped Classroom: Dealing with Unprepared Students

Catlin Tucker

Why Would a Teacher Use the Flipped Classroom Model? First, let’s establish the value of the flipped classroom in case you have never used this blended learning model. The flipped classroom was designed to invert the traditional approach to instruction and practice/application.

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Tons of Online Resources About Classroom Management

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Classroom management tools are useful for teachers to create an organized, productive, and conducive learning environment.

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Phonics vs Phonological Awareness: A Guide Informed by the Science of Reading


Plus, find school and classroom resources for teaching both skills to early elementary learners. Phonics & Phonological Awareness Resources for Teachers Now that you’re familiar with the difference between phonics and phonological awareness, use these classroom resources to deepen your understanding and find guided activities.

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Beyond Homework: The Evolution of the Flipped Classroom

Catlin Tucker

Among these is the flipped classroom model , a strategy that leverages video instruction to mitigate potential obstacles that make it challenging for students to access information presented live. However, I often hear the question, “Can I use the flipped classroom if I don’t assign homework?”

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How Formative Assessment Supports the Learning Journey

Speaker: Todd Theobald, Noel Gomez, Marcus Painter

Join educators and assessment experts as they discuss the role of formative assessment in student learning, how formative practices can guide the teaching and learning cycle, and the positive impact assessment can make on your classroom. Using assessment data to make informed decisions about instructional strategies.

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Inclusion and Co-Teaching in the Personalized Classroom

A Principal's Reflections

Effective inclusion in a special education classroom involves creating a supportive environment where students with disabilities are fully integrated into the general education setting. One of the hallmark accommodations of inclusive classrooms is more adults, whether a certified special education teacher, a teaching assistant (TA), or both.

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AI in the Classroom: A Complete AI Classroom Guide

The CoolCatTeacher

Today's three guests are expert authors of the newly released The AI Classroom: The Ultimate Guide to Artificial Intelligence in Education. From budgets to banking to credit and savings, choose a topic and use it in your classroom with EVERFI’s free financial literacy lesson plans. Is it helpful? Should it be welcomed in schools?

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