Category: Educator Resources

Information and resources for educators.

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Understanding Staff-to-Child Ratios in Preschools and Daycares: Why It’s Crucial for Parents (2023)

This is a simple reference guide of staff-to-child ratios by state. Knowing Your Staff-to-Child Ratios As parents, one of the most significant decisions you’ll make is choosing the right preschool or daycare for your child. This choice not only impacts your child’s daily life but also plays a pivotal role in their early development. Among
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5 Ways Loop Learning Enhances Teaching: Tips for Educators

Loop Learning is a FREE LMS designed to help educators incorporate assignments tailored to the needs of their students. Enhance Your Teaching with Loop Learning Are you looking to revolutionize your teaching methodologies and enhance the learning experience for your students? Look no further than Loop Learning, an innovative LMS service designed specifically for educators. I’ve been looking
Full Integration of Special Education

Reducing Barriers: Full Integration of Special Education

What is the least restrictive environment for students with special needs? How do we provide full integration for students? Can provide an equitable education for all students? Let’s discuss. Introduction: Why This is Personal I am an English teacher by trade. I love reading and I love the smell of books (especially old books). But
Benefits of the Montessori Approach

The Enduring Montessori Approach: Fostering Independence and Lifelong Learning

Developed by Dr. Maria Montessori, this educational philosophy emphasizes the importance of fostering independence, self-discipline, and a love for learning in young children. Introduction: What is Montessori? The Montessori approach to early childhood education has gained significant recognition and popularity in recent years. Montessori is a pedagogy invented by Maria Montessori. Maria Montessori believed that
Unlocking the benefits of the Reggio Emilia Method

Unlocking the 7+ Benefits of the Reggio Emilia Method

Today, we will take a deep dive into the Reggio Emilia Method. The Reggio Emilia educational approach is a unique method that focuses on the holistic development of young children’s ideas. What is the Reggio Emilia Method? The Reggio Emilia educational approach is a unique method that focuses on the holistic development of young children.
Is manga literature?

Is Manga Literature? The Fascinating World of Students Who Read Manga

Is Manga Literature? In this deep dive into the world of manga, we will explore the origins of this art form, delve into its immense popularity, and uncover the secrets behind its enduring appeal. Is Manga Literature? What Do You Know About Manga? As more and more young people are finding joy in reading manga,
Children's Books by Authors of Color

You Should Read These 7 Children’s Books by Authors of Color

These children’s books by authors of color are specifically for children 5 and under. We can teach children about empathy when they’re young. Children’s Books by Authors of Color I teach in South Los Angeles. My students live in a world where everyone looks like them, but for a long time school’s didn’t didn’t teach
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4 Important Ways to Use English and Science Project Based Learning

English and Science Project based Learning is great for kids. In this article, we’ll explore how to use them together, and I even created free printable labs for you! English and Science Project Based Learning In today’s rapidly evolving world, it is crucial to equip young learners with the necessary skills to navigate through various
5 Reasons You Need Timers for the Classroom

5 Essential Reasons to Use Timers for the Classroom

Timers for the classroom are the easiest classroom management strategy. In today’s fast-paced world, effective time management is a skill everyone needs. Why Do We Need Timers For The Classroom? Students who are on the cusp of shaping their future. Timers, though seemingly simple tools, can be game-changers in a classroom environment. From keeping students