Classroom Culture - School Writing - Educational Innovation | Ed Buzz 2016-5-10
May 10, 2016
Developing a positive classroom culture takes a little work but is not impossible. One teacher talks about how he attempts to alter the culture of his classroom to help student performance.
Reimagining School Writing
Move beyond the five-paragraph essay. Bring school writing to life through freewriting, peer reviews, and allowing students to include relevant memories and vivid descriptions.
Most students learn to write in uninspiring ways. Teachers need to find ways to open up students' creativity while still emphasizing proper writing and structure. Take a look at this article to see some suggestions that will inspire students to write.
Helping Pittsburgh Stay on the Cutting Edge of Education Innovation
Local organizations, educators, and leaders are creating remarkable learning experiences for Pittsburgh's young people, and other cities around the country are striving to replicate their innovations.
Remake learning days are almost upon us. Remake Learning consists of 250 local education and innovation organizations seeks to help all young people develop creativity, contextual thinking, collaborative problem-solving and other skills critical to college and career readiness. This article explains how we can all support educational innovation in the Pittsburgh area.
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