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Kayla Hammons

Kayla Hammons
Kayla is a freelance writer from Atlanta, Georgia, and a former teacher passionate about education. When not creating catchy content, she enjoys spending time with her dog and working on her first book. Check back weekly for new content.

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5 Ways to Teach Conflict Resolution in Your Classroom

Kayla Hammons Kayla Hammons May 04, 2017

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Poetry and the Creative Mind Day has Arrived!

Kayla Hammons Kayla Hammons April 19, 2017

April is National Poetry Month, and there are few things in life as impactful as written and spoken word. It is important to encourage the arts in school because this is the location that many students find their passions. You never know if you have a future Poet Laureate in your classroom, and you can ensure their growth by sharing your favorite poets and works. Today is the day to honor those creative minds that have brought so much beauty into our world.

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5 Ways To Spot Fake News Like a Pro

Kayla Hammons Kayla Hammons April 10, 2017

Part of being a good digital citizen is avoiding propagating false news stories through your social media feeds by sharing everything you click across. We are all guilty of reading the title of a news story and accepting the content as accurate without checking sources.

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Your Classroom and Collaborative Learning

Kayla Hammons Kayla Hammons March 30, 2017

Our next stop on our trip through learning methods is the topic of collaborative learning, and how it can positively affect your classroom. There is a theme forming in current education trends where teachers are accepting new roles with their students. It isn’t that the role of a traditional teacher is obsolete, but instead it is becoming more differentiated. With the incorporation of collaborative learning, students learn to work together to explore projects and topics while in your class.

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Student-Centered Learning: How to Apply It

Kayla Hammons Kayla Hammons March 29, 2017

Cruising right past Inquiry-Based Learning, we’re moving onto the next trend in our week of learning methods. As a teacher, it is hard enough to keep up with grading papers, let alone researching trends for instruction. It can be a struggle for any professional to stay current in their field, but through student-centered learning techniques you can stay ahead of the curve.

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