How to Make a Bulletin Board For a Classroom: find your theme, start with the outside, discover your background, and involve your students.
Three ways to make teaching phonics more exciting for your students: make the sounds, focus on the images, and integrate hands-on application.
Creativity and innovation helps students become better learners: develops critical thinking skills, enables expression freedom, captivates interests, and enhances communication skills.
How to teach students who have mild autism: emotional engagement, timely transitions, intriguing interests, and constant conversations.
4 ways to promote creativity in your class: showcase your learning, open your classroom, engage in makerspace / STEAM, and liven up literature.
4 simple and fun March activities for elementary students: hunting for treasure, making rainbows, creating life, and building outside.
4 strategies to help students enjoy the Winter season: create art, write about winter, feel cozy, and take a walk.
How to teach students who have high functioning autism: visual cues, support buddy, manage, interest driven, using fidgets, and helping hand.
Three fun engaging ways to your children this summer in writing: 1. graphic novel; 2. family postcards; 3. summer scrapbook.
Two fun and hilarious ways to engage your students in public speaking: 1. make your change; 2. build it together.