… than just asking questions. We often tell our students that there’s no such thing as a bad question to encourage students to ask more questions. But, in fact, some questions are better than others. Here are 4 different pro tips to show students how to ask questions when they’re actively reading to help them […]
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WEBSITE CONTEST: A chance to win 1 of 5 21st Century Learning Resources BUNDLEs Achieving goals – it’s hard, right? My New Year’s Resolution was to publish a free 21st Century Learning article every week. I started at the end of December and wrote 3 articles before the streak broke today. But, that doesn’t mean […]
Are you struggling to find things to teach on Monday? You probably don’t want to go too deep into your regular program because some students will still be on vacation and everyone else will be excited to catch up with friends. Well, today I’m solving that problem for you. I’ve just posted our third 21st […]
The end of 2020 is around the corner. I just wanted to let you know that I appreciate you. Thank you for being part of our growing Educircles.org community. Thank you for reading, downloading, commenting, sharing, and preparing your students for an unknown future in the 21st century. My goal is to make the world […]
Teachers are super busy. It makes sense. We’re swamped with lesson prep, marking, classroom management, parent communication, differentiation for student needs, staff meetings, professional development… the list goes on. Teaching is a very rewarding profession. But, it can also be an all-consuming profession at the same time. If you give it 110% in the classroom, […]
Here’s my favorite last week of December activity. Right now can be a crazy time of year so this will give you a little bit of breathing room. The reason it works so well is that you can just print it and hand it out to your students. The worksheet package will walk your students […]
Nov 29, 2019 update: Our sale is on right now! Save 20-80% off all of our products. After this 4-day sale blitz, our 21st century learning lessons will go back to regular price. (Except for the bundle. The bundle is designed to save you time and money.) In case you missed it, this coming Friday […]
Well, if you are not, no worries because I’m about to help you! Look, the world is changing rapidly, and it’s going to continually change throughout 2020 and the rest of the 21st century. By showing our students how to collaborate well and co-create something new, we are giving them transferable skills that they can use […]
Hi everyone! Hope you’re having a fantastic school year. Three things: 1. We have a new FREE Creative Thinking lesson for you Okay, try this 30 second challenge and see how many different ideas you can find. Then go to https://educircles.org/free/twelve/ to read about creativity and get the FREE lesson plan about Twelve 2.SAVE up to 76% OFF – Thank You sale! […]
Hope you had a great Tuesday! We just posted a fun (FREE) game that you might enjoy with your students. Humanagrams! FREE Class Teamwork Group Activity Activity overview: Students try to combine letters in different ways to make words. There is a class set of 31 letters on regular paper (8.5” x 11”): 26 letters […]