Check out these wonderful tips, ideas, and practical examples from experienced educators who share innovative ways to rev up your lessons with Inspired Minds resources!
As parents and teachers, we try to encourage kids to take creative risks and understand that mistakes are a good thing! I even came up with a name for our mistakes in my classroom. We called them “growth spurts,” because we grow from them. I announce to my students on...
Physical education is much more than developing students to be physically fit and healthy, across multiple domains. Our job is to teach students to have confidence in a wide variety of skill sets. But gaining confidence in a physical skill doesn't come easily to every...
Interactive Social-Emotional Learning Walk with Inspired Minds Posters and Wakelet — Kristina Holzweiss
In this project, students can learn from one another. They just scan the QR code for instant access to resources and a positive message from their peers.
From Kristina Holzweiss: Sometimes we will never realize how much a kind word or a smile can impact a student’s life.
From Kristina Holzweiss: A fun and simple way to make an encouraging postcard even more meaningful. Stick on scratch-offs and a QR code. A fabulous way to encourage students with a note they can scratch off and discover.