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Engineering in Elementary School

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Integrating engineering concepts into elementary education is a crucial topic in this day and age. Learn about the DIVE-IN method as a great way to include engineering in elementary classrooms. It's about preparing students for a future where technology and engineering are central.

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How to Find Old Elementary School Teachers

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Need help finding an old elementary school teacher? Our Ask a Tech Teacher team has several ways to track down your favorite educators from years past: How to Find Old Elementary School Teachers Do you remember the teachers who shaped your educational journey? There are various reasons why one would want to find their old teachers.

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How to Teach Venn Diagrams to Elementary School Students

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One of our Ask a Tech Teacher crew has organized the basics on how to teach Venn Diagrams to elementary-age students: What is a Venn Diagram. How to make it clear to elementary students (get crafty). How to Teach Venn Diagrams to Elementary School Students. How to make it digitally. How to use it to design games . Get Crafty.

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On Planting Trees & Teaching Elementary Science

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This post is about the importance of teaching elementary science. But before I get to that, I want to talk to you about trees… One of my resolutions for the new year is to read more. Not scrolling on my phone “reading” but to get back to reading actual books every day: fiction, nonfiction, graphic […]

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How to Differentiate Instruction in Elementary Math

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Understandably, kindergarten and elementary teachers need to reach every student where they are on their learning journey, but it isn't always easy. Episode 793 - The 10 Minute Teacher Podcast How to Differentiate Math Instruction in the Elementary Classroom Dr. Carol Ann Tomlinson. eSpark is free forever for teachers.

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eSpark: The FREE Differentiation Tool for Elementary Reading and Math

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eSpark is a free no-prep solution that teachers of math and reading at the elementary level need to try. I recommend that Math and Language Arts teachers of elementary-aged students check out eSpark. eSpark Learning is a fun, free differentiated instruction app for elementary and kindergarten classrooms. What is a Quest?

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23 Easy STEM Lessons for Elementary Students

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Elementary education is a pivotal time in a child’s education journey. In this article, you will explore 23 easy-to-implement STEM lessons educators and/or parents can facilitate with elementary-age students to spark curiosity in STEM. At the elementary level, students find this fascinating and the lessons promote their curiosity.