Plane thoughts – part 1 — Brandon Grasley’s Blog

I recently participated in a meeting for the EdCan Network, part of the Canadian Education Association, in Mississauga. I knew we’d be talking about some heavy issues regarding education in Ontario, especially K-12 education. I spent my time on the flights down and back writing some thoughts I’d been wrestling with. I’m planning to share those […]

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6 Budget-Friendly Ideas to Keep Your Students Engaged this Year — eNotes Blog

As a teacher, you know firsthand that students often respond to experiential and interactive learning methods, not to mention they often remember these lessons more vividly. Regurgitating information from a textbook might be today’s prevailing academic model, but you understand that students are more likely to absorb this information when they recognize the real-world applications.

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How to survive school stress

Totally agree with this article! I am sharing this because it reintroduced me to flashcards. As a school going kid, I used to create numerous flashcards for quick learning and memorizing important facts. But over the years, I have forgotten about the power of flashcards.Now that I have opened my eyes towards flashcards, I would love to incorporate flashcards in my teaching in future!

School is coming and it’s closer every day, for some of you it has already started. I’m still enjoying my summer, but it won’t last for much longer. This year I’m changing my school, which means homework, tons of stress and new people on top of that. I don’t know about you, but I think […]

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