Hi there, Qi Person! (A QP is a person who takes care of and/or teaches children). For this summer, I want to share some of my favorite things to use for teaching 21st century skills and STEAM in fun ways. In this first video of the series, I’m sharing KEVA planks! These can be used […]
When the world closed, everything we knew about teaching radically changed. As an elementary school teacher, you’ve been struggling to keep things together with hastily crafted distance learning plans, and goals that have been dashed to pieces. Wouldn’t it be great if you had a contingency plan that accounted for all the challenges that you’ve
Last week, Dr. Yen released a series of videos to help teachers get started with distance learning. This video walks you through the differences between lesson planning for a physical classroom and planning for distance learning. You can grab our free lesson plan template from the Distance Learning Toolkit! The Toolkit is filled with tips and
It can be difficult to find gamified educational content that is fun and appealing to students while still maintaining quality lessons and monitoring tools for teachers. Readorium is one of those unique programs that does just that. It dives deep into the scientific subject matter it covers, while remaining highly engaging and challenging to students.
We shared this in our newsletter, but we wanted to make sure everyone has access to this resource! If you’re new to distance learning (many teachers are doing it for the first time), these resources will be very valuable to you! I know a lot of you are transitioning to distance learning. I created three