By Shannon Pretorius You ask your class a question, expecting a particular answer. You planned for that answer, but the students’ responses are completely different from what you anticipated. What do you do? Too many times, I’ve seen teachers barely acknowledge the unexpected answers and say something like, “No, that’s
By Shannon Pretorius You have the most amazing math lesson planned for today. It is interactive, engaging, requires student collaboration, and you didn’t even have to spend your own money to fund it. Students will be analyzing classroom objects based on their attributes and classifying them into specific geometric categories.
By Shannon Pretorius How do coaches or administrators support teachers in advancing all learners so they achieve the highest levels of individual success? How do teachers prepare students to be lifelong learners in a world where they’ll need to be proficient in collaboration and problem solving? There’s one answer to