McGraw Hill Education

The Engaging Classroom

    • Putting Books to Work

    Putting Books to Work: Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins

    Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins can be used in any classroom, regardless of age or faith.

    • Teaching Tips

    Letting Students Sort It Out

    Students who play a major role in classroom libraries get to practice persuasive argument and organization.
    • Quiet! Teacher in Progress

    Work Smarter By Making Them Work Harder

    They say work smarter, not harder. Part of that is making your students work.
    • In Other Words

    Gifted and Dyslexic: Twice Exceptional

    Sometimes students are pegged into a category, maybe "gifted" or "dyslexic." Some students are both.
    • Teaching Tips

    Super Core! Helps Students Embrace Writing Time

    Renee Dryer was able to use the book Super Core! to help her students fall in love with writing.
    • In Other Words

    'Gifted' Takes Different Forms in the Classroom

    There is more than one way in which students are "gifted."
    • In Other Words

    How Project-Based Approaches in Literacy Could Go Terribly Wrong (Or Powerfully Right)

    Project-based education has lots of potential for literacy development, but also potential pitfalls.

    • In Other Words

    Innovative School Program Highlights PBL

    Quest@GHS is an innovative high school program utilitzing project-based learning to foster critical thinking.
    • In Other Words

    Let IRA Be Your Guide Through a Loud Public Debate

    At IRA, we believe our job is to convene the collegial dialogue and the debate in a way that ultimately informs good practice for inclusion in education policy.
    • Quiet! Teacher in Progress

    Don't Let Common Core Take the Love Out of Reading

    Trusted friends and admired colleagues have said their reading instruction feels tedious, overly challenging for students, and less fun.
    • Teaching Tips

    Using PBL Within 'The Standards'

    New educational standards make instructional demands. Using Project-Based Learning is a great way to follow through with units.
    • In Other Words

    The 'Maker Movement' Has a Place in All Disciplines

    This maker movement isn’t necessarily something new, I have allowed my students to play and tinker with reading and writing.
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