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A decade ago when I was in graduate school, I could hardly contain my excitement when the time came for taking remedial reading courses. I just couldn't wait to find the answers to questions that had plagued me about why seemingly bright children struggled to learn to read. Imagine my chagrin when I found that the class was preparing me to test, detect learning differences, track reading rates, classify text as to reading level, in short to do everything but successfully teach reading to a non-reader. Over the past ten years, I have learned about a whole array of classifications for disabiliti

Flash cards remain one of the best tools for memorizing and learning information. The most common way to create flashcards is to use paper index cards.

As a higher education administrator, you need to stay up to date on all of the latest in technological innovations: it is a guarantee that your students are, and your faculty probably is as well! Although Power Point presentations aren't new and you've been using them for a long time, there are ways to make them work better.

When I first starting teaching ESL in the 60’s, the Israeli Board of Education was using short story books (“This Wide World”, “New Horizons”) as high school ESL textbooks. Each story was followed by comprehension questions, but no language exercises – teachers were expected to write their own!

An English teacher at Starr's Mill High is turning learning inside out by asking the students to create a quilt block protraying either analysis of characters, explaining themes or the author's message, ideas, beliefs or style.

Although you, as the teacher, are the most important ingredient for good lesson plans and student growth, the classroom materials that you use can definitely enhance and simplify your teaching and help you put your own colorful signature on a classroom.