Top
image: dyslexic

Bringing elementary strategies to middle, high schools can benefit older students

December 21, 2018

At times, education seems far too compartmentalized. Methods of instruction typically differ between preschool, elementary and secondary-level classrooms, because when teachers are trained, they’re generally taught strategies for a specific age group, and schools are typically divided along the same lines.

However, while students’ abilities and perceptions may change, they fundamentally remain the same as individuals. Some activities that work well at the elementary level can transition to upper grades and add more fun and a sense of community to the classroom.

Read More on Education Dive