A few years ago, I earned a graduate degree in English education. During my coursework, I was required to spend hundreds of hours in middle school and high school classrooms. As a result of this requirement, I learned many successful teaching strategies from veteran teachers. For instance, I discovered that teachers often create fun projects students can complete in groups. When working in groups, students benefit from their classmates’ strengths. I also learned several strategies to control student behaviour. On this blog, I hope you will discover a few, simple ways to improve your middle school and high school students’ interest in course material. Enjoy!
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