Tim LaCourt, M.A.
Behavior Strategies for Distance Learning
Classroom management during in-person instruction is challenging; with distance learning, the management of student online behavior and emotions is even tougher. Certainly, there are school rules and disciplinary procedures that…Read More
Differentiating Instruction Ideas for Electives Teachers
Recent work with secondary electives teachers on the topic of Differentiated Instruction revealed high interest in this area, as well as a desire for information specific to their discipline. After…Read More
Active Learning: How Do We Make It Happen?
Introduction to Student Response Systems To make “active learning” more than a vague buzz word, consider using a Student Response System. These are techniques and strategies proven to be effective…Read More
We are Reading…Total Participation Techniques
(2011) Written By: Drs. Persida Himmele and William Himmele.1 In classrooms across this country, students with disabilities and those who struggle for a variety of reasons are often the students…Read More
A Missing Link
In my career as a special education teacher, curriculum supervisor, and then principal, Inclusion was a priority focus; however, there always seemed to be a missing link in the process…Read More