Student-Led Conferences: To Do or Not To Do?

By Nancy Mikhail Parents walk into their child’s classroom on parent-teacher conference day. Teachers sit across from parents and start telling them how their child is doing in class. This is the standard format for parent-teacher conferences. This is what we are all used to. But what if we could make it better? What if […]

Make History Appealing to Your Students!

                          Get Your Handbook Here – Cost: $10.00 The majority of students are disengaged when learning history because they do not connect with the material they are learning. Many students believe there is no reason for them to learn about what happened long ago. […]

Building Relationships with Your Students 

By Nancy Mikhail Building relationships with students is crucial for building a solid teacher-student connection filled with mutual respect and trust. This connection creates a safe environment for students. As a result, students are more motivated to learn and minimize classroom disruption. “Aligned with attachment theory (Ainsworth, 1982; Bowlby, 1969), positive teacher-student relationships enable students […]

Journal Entry Ideas Page

Check out our new page of Journal Entry Ideas! Come here to give students creative topics for their journal entries.   Journal Entry Ideas It's only fair to share… Facebook Twitter Pinterest email Print Linkedin StumbleUpon

Language Arts Strategies – Teacher Tidbit #3

Nancy Mikhail gives 3 helpful and interactive language arts strategies you could do with your students that will help you easily differentiate for your students, as well as incorporate various content areas. It's only fair to share… Facebook Twitter Pinterest email Print Linkedin StumbleUpon