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New Arrival! IMMA Test

Hooray! Something fun and new came in the mail – my IMMA kit. What is that, you may ask. IMMA is test to measure musical ability in upper elementary students. 800 more words

Music Education

Issues connected to differentiated instruction (DI) using technology and an effective hardware distribution plan.

Sharing references and research that addresses technological infrastructure and the role of technology to infuse differentiated instruction.

When using resources to differentiate instruction educators should pay attention to the quality of the learning experience. 1,377 more words

21st Century Learning

Multiple Paths to Literacy

This summer I had to take a summer class.  It’s the bane of teachers everywhere.  Fortunately, it’s the last one I’ll have to take for the foreseeable future, and the class was relevant to my field.  353 more words

Differentiating Instruction through Reading Choice

In my previous post Building a Culture of Reading through Choice, I discussed how teachers might create more avid and willing student-readers by offering multiple texts from which students may choose rather than one compulsory text read by the entire class. 1,218 more words


Is My Gifted Child, ADHD or Just Bored?

Written by Sheila Lamar Walden, Ph.D.

Consider the following Scenario:

       Brian is a 2nd grade student who is new to the school.  He qualified for gifted services in his old school in 1st grade scoring within the 96% percentile on the cognitive ability test.

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3-Hit Combo Series: CONTENTplating History with Seesaw and Slides (Part 2 of 3)

As a Philippine History teacher, are you CONTENT WITH TEACHING MERE CONTENT?  If this is so, I CHALLENGE YOU TO A DUEL!!!! Just kidding, but I am still challenging you to… 1,066 more words

Philippine History

Student Agency Part 3: The Teacher

Student/Learner Agency is essential if we are preparing our learners for their future. Student/Learner Agency starts from a child’s first year of school for the teacher. 553 more words