Our Education Blog
Blogging can be time consuming, but it’s worth it. That’s why we at Cultivating the Learning have created our education blog.
Learning can be enhanced when we work with and/or share our work with someone else. Join us on our journey to improve education for both students and teachers. As we make mistakes, we will share them here with a reflection on what we would do differently in case you are experiencing similar results. At the same time, we will share out our triumphs in the hopes that we might save you some work and time.
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It's the end of May, and the school year is officially over. Ahhhhhhh. Thank goodness. I don't know if I would have survived another week with my 15-year-old son. In my previous post, the teacher in me was talking. The schedule I created was for someone in...
Only second to the medical community that is on the front lines during this COVID-19 pandemic, admins, teachers, parents, and students are today's heroes. In less than a week's notice, teachers, parents, and students have moved to homeschooling and online learning....
When I started teaching in 1989, we didn't have standards. We had textbooks and the common sense we were born with to cover what we thought students needed to be successful in this world. As an English teacher, I chose which books I wanted to teach. I knew I needed...
Curiosity If you don’t know me personally, you might not know: I am insatiably curious. I love learning. I always have and hope I always will. Imagine my shock and surprise when 3 of my 4 children revealed that they hate learning. I think appalled better describes...
If you find collaboration in station rotation difficult or unsuccessful, then these recommendations might be helpful. Collaboration is not something students do naturally, so nurturing and cultivating it might do the trick.
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