Children with autism especially have challenging behaviors that can be perplexing and confusing. Understanding these behaviors and being able to decode what your students need are vital skills for any teacher.
Are you looking for easy and creative ideas for your best classroom ever? Erin Klein partnered with colleagues around the country and in her global personal learning network to curate a rich portfolio of resources that were shared.
Are you looking for easy and creative ideas for your best classroom ever? Experienced teachers and first year teachers alike contemplate how they are going to organize their classrooms every new school year. Learn tips to organize and setup your classroom in a minimal amount of time without adding more stress to your life as the new school year approaches.
Re-designed Learning efforts are underway in Southeastern Iowa to re-design the K-12 classroom into 21st Century Learning Spaces. The learning spaces are specifically designed to promote both collaborative and personalized learning though the use of technology.
Second grade teacher, Erin Klein shared creative ways you can organize your classroom and create unique spaces, all in the service of helping children learn. Erin also shared ways she embeds technology within the curriculum to enhance current instructional practices and increase active engagement, while differentiating instruction to meet the needs of all learners.
The multiplayer classroom is a technique to incorporate game elements into course design. The course is the game! The multiplayer classroom movement started in 2010 with Lee Sheldon, who was a professor at Indiana University at the time.
Presenter Noel Wall of the Medal of Honor Foundation provided a brief history of the Medal of Honor and its legacy of courage, sacrifice and patriotism. She introduced the free Medal of Honor Character Development Program.