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Improvising: Teaching with Limited Resources

Due to low financial resources, many schools are faced with low budgets, which affect the resources that are available in the classroom. This collection will provide teachers with strategies as well as information on the challenges that they may face when teaching with limited resources.
A Collection By Geanice Gee
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Improvising: Teaching with Limited Resources
  • edutopia.org
    edutopia.org

    Elementary Classroom Hacks: Big Ideas at Little Cost

    5 minute read
    Geanice Gee says:
    An educator explains how she used low-cost ideas in her classroom to have a positive impact on her students. For instance, the teacher said "it was my first year of teaching in my own classroom, and I was learning that teaching first grade requires a lot of creativity. It was also pretty clear from the beginning that customizing any classroom for teaching efficiency and student engagement could easily cost a lot of money."
  • teachingquality.org
    teachingquality.org

    High-tech teaching in a low-tech classroom

    5 minute read
    Geanice Gee says:
    In this article, the writer answers the question of "how can classroom educators use limited resources to effectively support learning and familiarize students with technology" through general tips. These general tips include incorporating the buddy method, group work, rotating scribe method, and the whole class approach.
  • theatlantic.com
    theatlantic.com

    The Challenge of Teaching Science in Rural America

    5 minute read
    Geanice Gee says:
    Are you aware of some of the challenges a teacher may face when teaching in rural areas with limited resources? In fact, some STEM programs don't receive enough funding to teach the students effectively. For instance, "many of the issues are based in financial constraints but take on different forms than they do in similarly strapped urban districts."
  • nsta.org
    nsta.org

    The Station Approach: How to Teach With Limited Resources

    10 minute read
    Geanice Gee says:
    A teacher writes about an approach she implemented at her middle school. The Station Approach "is a method of instruction in which small groups of students move through a series of learning centers, or stations, allowing teachers with limited resources to differentiate instruction by incorporating students’ needs, interests, and learning styles."