One of the greatest inefficiencies in today’s schools might be in the hours we ask teachers to spend on planning quality lessons for students, without giving them the proper tools to do so.
Category: Teacher Tips
In the second of our 4-part blended learning series, we cover two models that are best for a limited technology classroom: station rotation and lab rotation
In the first of our 4-part blended learning blog series, use this infographic to determine the right model for you and get a brief overview of each model.
Captivate your classroom with these teaching “playlists” which are a series of themed blended resources you can use for the diverse students in your class. Explore each playlist by subject, or access the entire collection. Social Studies: The Problem With Prosperity Our world is more interconnected than ever before but globalization has vast economic, political and social […]
One of the toughest things about working with high school students, especially those on the autism spectrum (as parents and teachers…
To support our pilot schools’ desires to build student ownership, we’ve expanded assignments and the ability to trace a student’s journey to mastery.
We believe students deserve strong literacy instruction in all classes, so we’ve added teaching resources from Quill.org and RocketLit in Kiddom’s library.
It’s not rocket science: when teachers collaborate and communicate effectively, they design richer learning experiences for students.
The principal slams the door open and skids into my high school English classroom, sweating and red-faced, eyes darting across the room. Most students barely notice him come in; they’re all standing in clusters rehearsing opening remarks and giving each other pep talks. The two young women closest to the door look up at him, […]
After reading Marie Kondo’s book, a life-long learner explains the system she developed to tidy up her time and find joy.
As a teacher, you know there aren’t enough hours in the day to plan, teach, evaluate, and still have time for yourself. Reflecting on and planning for individual student strengths, areas of growth, and interests can take a backseat if you’re constantly overwhelmed by lesson planning and making resources from scratch. That’s where Kiddom comes in. […]
It’s the time of year to help students pinpoint areas of interest and encourage them to explore those further. As the year comes to a close, student motivation can start to slip. When the weather warms up, it’s okay to admit that some students may be counting down the days until their summer vacations start. […]