## DIFFERENTIATION

Differentiation can be hard, but it doesn’t have to be. These blog posts help you explore “everything differentiation” so that you can implement it in your classroom to meet the needs of every. single. student. without pulling your hair out.

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### 24 Exit Ticket Ideas

We’ve probably all used exit tickets before in our classroom for a quick, informal assessment. And, I’m willing to bet that most of the time

I’ve made many mistakes during my teaching career and one in particular still haunts me to this day. It was with my first English Language

### 10 Mistakes Teachers Make When Teaching Science

Teaching science is often lower on the list of priorities for some teachers. I get it. In elementary classrooms everywhere, there is a HUGE emphasis

### Strategies for Teaching Multi-Digit Multiplication

Common Core requires that we teach students strategies before we introduce them to the traditional algorithms. When it comes to teaching multi-digit multiplication, it’s common

### Helping Students Who Rush Through Their Work

Every classroom has them. Students who rush through their work. These students often turn in poor quality work laced with frequent incorrect answers and sloppy

### Helping Slow Moving Students

Do you have slow-moving students in your classroom? Do you know the students who take forever on each assignment? Should you just collect their work

### Examples of I Do, We Do, You Do

A while back I wrote a blog post titled, I do, We do, You do that was quite a hit. But, it also left people

### Ideas for Teaching How to Write a Paragraph

Many students struggle to put together one paragraph, let alone the multi-paragraph essays that common core requires them to do. Since they often lack the

### 5 Tips to Using Game-Based Learning

Let’s play a game! Those words can excite upper elementary students just as much as the younger set. Students of all ages love playing games,

### 5 Activities for Early Finishers in the Math Classroom

Math is a subject that students learn at different rates. While some of your students may struggle with number sense, other students may be ready

### Generating Questions for Science Projects

As you know, science is a subject area that is near and dear to my heart. So, it’s natural that I’m going to jump on