I bought myself a cakepop maker a few weeks ago, one of those sit-on-the-counter, plug-it-in, fill-with-batter and cook kind of things. This past Saturday I used the cakepop maker to make breakfast for my kids. I made pancake batter, and
Using historical fiction to support content instruction while providing choices for students
I had the great privilege of spending much of the day yesterday visiting classrooms in a local Montessori elementary school. There’s so much about the Montessori philosophy that I like. And especially this time of year, when there’s so much
Five questions to give you a good place to start when deciding what will work best for your students.
Process and questions to ask to determine the most effective means of differentiation
Ideas for ways kids can demonstrate their learning