Inductive learning is a teaching strategy that emphasizes the importance of developing a student's evidence-gathering and critical-thinking skills. By first presenting students with examples of how a particular concept i... More »

One example of methodology is the strategy a teacher uses to decide which games or teaching tools he should use to practice subtraction skills with a large group of students. Methodology often refers to the section in a ... More »

The Greek mathematician Euclid of Alexandria is considered to be the father of geometry. His mathematical and geometric treatise "Elements" is one of the most influential works in mathematics as well as one of the most s... More »

A philosophy statement by teachers typically includes a declaration of educational and student goals, teaching methods and style, methods of assessing learning, and an assessment of teaching. These are most commonly foun... More »

The 4-day school week can save school districts a substantial amount of money, but has demonstrated no improvement on student learning. It can also provide teachers with additional time for professional development. More »

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The purpose of an accelerated reading test is to evaluate a student's reading level to help choose supplemental lessons and readings appropriate for the student's level of learning. An accelerated reading test also tests... More »

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Benefits of the Odyssey program from Compass Learning include individual student assessment and learning paths, a variety of learning tools, alignment with education standards and 24/7 access. The program benefits teache... More »

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