Teachers can lessen the learning gap by consistently using effective classroom management strategies that incorporate social-emotional learning (SEL) into daily practices. Read more: Incorporating SEL into Classroom Management
Category: Teaching Competences
The chaotic and rushed shift to online teaching and learning due to COVID-19 has left many teachers unable to dedicate time to differentiated instruction or student-centered learning. They’ve been left to weather the storm of new technological tools, virtual spaces,... Read more: Student Agency and Student-Led Learning: Post-Pandemic Differentiation
The object of differentiation is not to make assignments and activities easier; instead it is to increase engagement and access, ensuring that all activities are both challenging and attainable. Read more: Demystifying Differentiation
Strategies to Empower Students in an Increasingly Globalized World Read more: Emotional & Cultural Intelligence
According to an article in Inside Higher Ed, the majority of survey questions focused on how instructors changed their teaching practices, as well as their approaches to students. Given that TEACH-NOW is a graduate school of education, where we bring... Read more: Has Teaching Really Changed in the Forced Shift to Online?
How does one enter the teaching profession as an expert, if transitioning into teaching from another professional career? Read more: Entering the teaching profession as an expert
Dr. Molly Cummings Carney’s dissertation, Preparing Teachers For Tomorrow: A Case Study of TEACH-NOW Graduate School of Education is a “qualitative’ case study [that] … Read more: Preparing Teachers for Tomorrow (Dissertation)