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Teaching with Madly Learning®

Mar 31, 2021

Are you having fun in your science classroom yet?  You should be!


Science is supposed to be full of problem-solving, exploration and discovery. Yet too often we simply skip all that in favour of trying to get it all done quickly using dull worksheets lesson after lesson.  


Science class shouldn’t be...

Mar 23, 2021

Sometimes when teachers think of using inquiry in their classroom they think of the most impossible situation.  Something that most teachers would struggle to accomplish.  

But Inquiry can be simple.  

In this episode, let's look at breaking down what we think inquiry should look like and challenge our thinking to see...

Mar 16, 2021

Hello, hello!


I wanted to share with you a little about my time teaching split grades (which has been the majority of my teaching career!). Unlike probably the majority of teachers I actually do enjoy teaching split grades and over the years I’ve picked up a few tips & tricks along the way to make it more enjoyable...

Mar 9, 2021

Hello, hello!


Today I wanted to share some ideas about leveling up your science and social studies lessons using four different methods!


Let’s get to it.


These subjects can be two of the most difficult for teachers to wrap their heads around because there's SO much content to cover. So, sometimes we think,...

Mar 2, 2021

Hello, hello!

Let’s talk today about differentiating. Specifically with ELL students. We’re gonna look at the planning, implementing, and assessing stages of your regular classroom and how you can modify and plan lessons that simply and easily integrate your ELL’s.

One of the things I do not support is a...