Create a Sense of Belonging for Your Students
By Paul Hernandez
Developing an environment that affirms students' cultures, languages, and identities is important for providing effective student services and teaching and learning. Educators must create a sense of belonging for students to develop this environment. You must
“Is this good?” Abbie asked me, gesturing towards the introduction of an informational piece of writing.
As an instructional coach in Abbie’s class, I had just watched her teacher engage students in a lesson analyzing various strategies for “hooking” readers into their stories, including quotes and
The pandemic’s impact on teaching and learning environments has made us rethink our best teaching practices and adapt our traditional approaches to new digital-age learning options. As we enter the new year, I’d like to invite all educators to take a closer look at an
The following is an excerpt from “It’s a Gift: Disposed to Learn” by Ruth Crick. To download the full white paper and others in the Corwin Educator Series, click here.
Resilient agency in learning begins with a purpose that matters, and this purpose is informed by and, in turn, energises the development
The following is an excerpt from “It’s a Gift: Disposed to Learn” by Ruth Crick. To download the full monograph and others in the Corwin Educator Series, click here.
As teachers and facilitators of learning we are dealing with three key factors:
the information and data that our learners
Our underperforming, low-confidence students need teachers who understand how they learn and who communicate that they care. The instructional strategies listed below are productive for all students, but they are essential for underperforming, low-confidence students. These students can’t mobilize effective effort if they don’t know