You’ve probably heard before that centers are amazing tools to use in the classroom especially if you have followed me for some time. If you’re a first-time listener, welcome…you should know centers are amazing tools. Now you might be rolling your eyes and thinking, “No they are not! I have tried them and they don’t work!” To that, I would say, “Yes, they are!” Overcoming obstacles in learning centers is simple as long as you stop that stinkin’ thinkin’ and start making it simple! How do you do that? By simplifying your small group block so that your math and literacy centers work for you and not against you.
Alexis Atwood wasn’t always a teacher. At first, she worked in agriculture but didn’t feel like she was doing what she loved. She had always wanted to become a teacher and found the drive so great that she took a significant pay cut to finally become one eleven years ago. Currently, she teaches 3rd-grade math and uses learning centers in her classroom all the time but it wasn’t always easy. Alexis found learning centers and teaching in small groups difficult until she discovered the Learning Centers Made Easy Master Class. In this week's episode, she shares the tips and strategies that she learned to help with simplifying your small group block.
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Overcoming obstacles in learning centers isn’t easy. If you’ve been pulling your hair out, struggling to make it work, stop reinventing the wheel and sign up for the Learning Centers Made Easy Master Class. This will teach you how to Keep It Stickin’ Simple (KISS) and make centers work for you in your classroom.
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