Designing Assessments According to Learning Styles

Sanam EdwardsBlog, Differentiate Better, Lesson Plan Better, Personalize Student Learning Better

TL;DR: Assessments should be conveyed in various forms appropriate for each student. Getting to know your students is imperative before beginning to design assessments. Designing Assessments According to Learning Styles We are witnessing an age of radical education where teachers are collectively raising their voices to advocate for our students’ benefit. They cry out for transformation, hungry for more autonomy … Read More

Learning Our Own Lessons

Sandra WeirBlog, Connect Better, Reflect Better

TL;DR: This post focuses on learning our own lessons as educators. We can inspire ourselves with the things we teach our students.  We can learn our own lessons by realizing we are a community, knowing we all have a voice and matter, having integrity, always doing our best, and knowing we are better together. Learning Our Own Lessons: Inspiring Ourselves … Read More

Finding Your Voice

Erin HealeyBlog, Connect Better, Engage Better

TL;DR: Finding your voice as a new teacher can be challenging. But your voice is as important now than it has been ever before. Identify your why, get connected on social media, and get involved to find your voice. As a new teacher, finding your voice in your new school community can be challenging. Add to that a pandemic, forcing … Read More

Voices at the Table

Colissa R. BrogdenBlog, Connect Better

TL;DR: Both veteran and novice teachers have things they can learn from one another. All teachers should feel confident in sharing with others, as all voices at the table bring value. “So tell me what you want, what you really, really want I wanna, (ha) I wanna, (ha) I wanna, (ha) I wanna, (ha) I wanna really, really, really wanna … Read More