This hands-on math lesson allows preschool students to measure their own bodies to learn about organizing in height order.
Sixth grade teacher Suney Park shares how using positive language can build students' self-esteem and foster a positive learning environment.
See how this preschool teacher introduces the day's math lesson with a classroom read aloud.
In this class, English-language learners are encouraged to use visual representations and gestures when learning how to say and spell new words.
Allyson Krogmann Jordan, an early learning coach in the Santa Monica-Malibu school district, uses storytelling to engage her students in a math lesson about spatial relations.
Natali Gaxiola, a pre-kindergarten teacher at Felton State Preschool in Inglewood, Calif., introduces counting collections to teach addition and subtraction.
Eighth grade teachers Shannon Kay and Meredith Sweeney share how peer teaching in small groups can give students a voice in the classroom.
This elementary routine encourages students to make sense of a math problem by listing what they both notice and wonder about the given information.
In Queens, N.Y., Maria Katsanos' 3rd grade class conducts scientific explanations through the "KLEWS" strategy—identifying what students already know, what they're going to learn, the evidence, their wonderings, and scientific words and concepts.
Chris Knutson, an 8th grade history teacher at Horning Middle School in Waukesha, Wis., shares how he incorporates learning conferences into his lessons.