Category: Teaching

Why the Flipped Classroom Works

Are you wondering why flipped classroom work? Does it seem too complex and overwhelming? If you’ve been considering flipping your classroom, take a moment to understand the purpose and its design and you can be using class time more efficiently than you could have imagined. Maybe…

5 Myths About GenZ Learners

GenerationZ refers to the post-millennial population. The oldest GenZ is now about 22 years old. They were born between 2005 – 2012 and currently have a presence in the workforce. Their interactions and contributions have presented a new complexion in the classroom and in the workforce.…

Your Formative Assessment Guide

Formative Assessment Really is Easy! Last year I took a course online with AdvancementCourses.com. It was about formative assessment. I loved every minute of it because a learned some new strategies I was able to implement immediately in my classroom. This class also validated many of…

What is Grit and Why Is it Important?

If you’re incorporating character strengths in your classroom, consider starting with grit. What is “grit”? Grit is the combination of persistence and resilience. Persistence requires the ability to work through struggles and maintain focus on actions that matter in order to achieve the desired result. Angela…