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How to Find Old Elementary School Teachers

Ask a Tech Teacher

Need help finding an old elementary school teacher? Our Ask a Tech Teacher team has several ways to track down your favorite educators from years past: How to Find Old Elementary School Teachers Do you remember the teachers who shaped your educational journey?

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Offering Electives to Elementary Students

User Generated Education

It is not clear to me why elementary students are rarely offered elective courses. I never understood why elementary students aren’t shown the bigger picture of a lesson, unit, or course. I have the privilege of teaching gifted elementary students at a few Title 1 schools.

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Elementary-level STEM education fosters our future innovators

eSchool News

Key points: Early exposure to STEM education is critical for students See article: Building a STEM pipeline needs to start in kindergarten See article: Here’s why STEM Career Days are a great idea For more on STEM education, visit eSN’s STEM & STEAM page In today’s fast-paced world, STEM education has become imperative for global progress.

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50 Back to School Activities for Elementary Students

Waterford

However, it’s worth making time for fun student back-to-school activities in your elementary classroom. As an educator, you can use these 50 first day of school games, activities, and printables for elementary students to help your class get to know each other and find things they have in common. This or That? :

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In the Spotlight: Jenna Shinners, Shaping the Future of Elementary Science Education in Texas

EdNews Daily

Jenna Shinners took the lead on our Elementary Science content. Shinners has over 25 years of experience in education. Our second interview is with Jenna Shinners. Her passion is sharing how awesome science is in every way.

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Gardening Program with SAGE Elementary Students

User Generated Education

See Offering Electives to Elementary Students for more about why and how I offer electives to them. One of their goals is to teach our students about the garden. Because of the that, I offered gardening as a possible elective for my GT (gifted and talented students). They joyfully selected gardening as one of them.

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Supporting Multilingual Learners in Early Elementary Education

Waterford

Encouraging Culturally Responsive Teaching for Multilingual Learners Prioritizing multilingual support and education in schools helps engage multilingual families. Educators whose first language is English sometimes exhibit a bias while teaching multi-language learning students, whether intentionally or subconsciously.