Brings Extensive Education Sales Experience to National Publisher’s School CustomersMentoring Minds, a national publisher of K-12 educational resources, announced today that Steve Wallace, a longtime education sales executive, has joined the company as an Educational Consultant. Wallace will lead the company’s sales efforts in Southern California and Clark County, Nevada, which encompasses Las Vegas. “Steve’s long and successful sales tenure within the K-12 market and his mission-minded approach make him a perfect fit for Mentoring Minds,” said Jessica Goodman, the company’s director of sales. “He has built deep and long-standing relationships within the highly competitive Southern...
One of the biggest challenges students face today is the notable juxtaposition between how they are taught language skills and how a grammar is utilized in day-to-day existence.
Research has shown that one of the best ways to develop student engagement is through positive teacher/student relationships.
Monitoring student progress is critical to the educational process.
Though flashcards are a traditional method for learning new vocabulary, an integrated curriculum is beneficial in that it can help students learn vocabulary for the long term.
One of the most frustrating things for a teacher is a student who is unwilling to engage in a lesson or unit.
Though developing close reading skills can be achieved through a wide range of study techniques, one necessary learning strategy is asking text-dependent questions that promote evidence of learning.
Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy Wheel Honored in the Professional Development CategoryCHICAGO (June 5, 2014) – Mentoring Minds, a national publisher of K-12 educational resources, is the winner of a REVERE Distinguished Achievement Award from the Association of American Publishers (AAP), for its Depth of Knowledge – Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy Wheel in the Professional Development Category, Curriculum, Instruction and Classroom Practice. “The Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy Wheel puts a tool for integrating the development of students’ critical thinking skills right in teachers’ hands. It is a simple, yet powerful, way to ensure they have the just-in-time resources necessary...
A journal, diary, or learning log can be a great way to prompt students to think about the ways they learn.
The Internet revolution is connecting people from across the world in new and meaningful ways, and even young elementary school students can benefit from exposure to social media platforms.