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Have Your Students Trained You? Written by Bill Reed   My guess is if I ask teachers who have taught for more than one year, they can name a student they know who will come to class without any materials… Continue Reading…

Curriculum & InstructionTeachers

The 411 on the SAT Assessment Evidence-Based Reading and Writing Section – Writing and Language Test   The ability to read, write, understand, and use language properly to edit and correct passages are the important aspects of the Writing and… Continue Reading…

MathematicsScience

STEM Professional Teaching Organizations Written and compiled by Bill Reed – INcompassing Education LLC   STEM professional teaching organizations are among the best opportunities teachers have to grow and improve. Administrators and teachers alike should be researching, understanding, and promoting… Continue Reading…

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13 Excellent Education Blogs Written by Bill Reed, STEM Specialist at INcompassing Education To Blog or Not to Blog. . .that is the question! Of course, the answer is “To Blog!” With that being said, what are blogs? Blogs are… Continue Reading…

MathematicsScience

#1 by far! – NCTM’s Principles to Actions: Ensuring Mathematical Success for All This is by far the best mathematics teaching resource book that has been written in many years.  It is an easy read of only 115 pages with… Continue Reading…

Teachers

Even if you are an educator yourself, choosing the perfect gift for your child’s teacher can be HARD! You want the gift to show your appreciation for all of his/her hard work. Adding a personal twist makes it even better. Finding something that they don’t already have and finding a gift that teachers actually want is the icing on the cake. But, how do you do that? Let’s face it, choosing the perfect teacher gift can be HARD and often ends up with teachers getting yet another coffee mug! Check out this guide to make your teacher gift giving easier and find gifts that teachers actually want.

Book Lists

Teaching is not easy. You need a lot of know-how, dedication, and patience to get the results that you want. Sometimes, you may feel that what you have learned in college isn’t enough to bring out the best in your students. Thankfully, there are resources that can help you increase student engagement, reduce negative behaviors, and improve student outcomes. Introducing our list of the 10 best books for teachers 2020.

Data

Data is important, and it is everywhere. Teachers collect all sorts of information about students. These data can inform and influence teachers how to teach, what to review, and what to adjust. Yet, some teachers may still not be aware of how to get data and how to use it. In this article, we will answer these questions: Where can you find data? And why is it important to use data in your classroom?

Curriculum & Instruction

No learner is the same. All require different pathways. There is no single class where all the students are exactly where the teacher wants them at the outset. To improve educational equality, teachers should be able to modify lessons to meet the needs of each student. Simply put, teachers have to differentiate instruction. The goal is to have students experience varying degrees of the same lesson. In this article, we will enumerate 8 strategies on how to best prepare students to reach grade level standards.

Special Education

Are you wondering how to implement a co-teaching model and make it successful for teachers and students at your school? Co-teaching can be a rewarding experience when planning and communication are in place from the beginning. Here are five practical tips you can use to get started.

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