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Moving from Student Engagement to Student Empowerment

Moving from Student Engagement to Student Empowerment

Take your classroom to the next level by ensuring it's set up to encourage all students to feel empowered, every day. When reflecting on the idea of school or the classroom, they're often thought of as places where students "have" to learn. So it's no surprise that we...

Collaborative Teaching for a New Learning Experience

Collaborative Teaching for a New Learning Experience

Challenge your students and create a more inclusive classroom with collaborative teaching.  Blog written by Alexandra Hunter – formally trained art teacher currently working with students aged 12-13 in a homeroom setting.   Collaborative teaching can be...

6 Top Tips for Teacher Time Management

6 Top Tips for Teacher Time Management

As you know (all too well), teaching is a busy profession. So your time management is key to preparing for your classes and students. Nailing this all-important skill will also ensure your burning passion for teaching stays red hot through everything the profession...

5 Questions to Ask Parents at the Start of a New School Year

5 Questions to Ask Parents at the Start of a New School Year

As technology in the classroom brings parents closer to their child's education, it also opens up the communication lines between parents and teachers! And while, at times, this can seem overwhelming, it gives you the chance to get a deeper insight into their child's...

Kami App Updates | December

Kami App Updates | December

Feature Control for sharing Have even more say over which tools and features your students (or collaborators) have access to when completing individual assignments, with Feature Control. Previously called “Feature Restrictions” as part of our LMS integrations, you can...

The Benefits of Regular Student Reflection

The Benefits of Regular Student Reflection

Let your students lead their learning by finding out what they want to achieve and how you can help them get there. Student reflection is such an important part of the learning journey; not only to help students understand and acknowledge the work they've achieved and...

The Benefits of Formative Assessment | Kami Classroom

The Benefits of Formative Assessment | Kami Classroom

What is formative assessment, and why should you be considering it as part of your regular teaching routine? Formative assessment is an assessment-styled task or piece of work, designed to provide feedforward and feedback to students. The goal of formative assessment...

Celebrating Cultural Diversity in the Classroom

Celebrating Cultural Diversity in the Classroom

Four quick tips to help you bring celebrations of diversity into your classroom Celebrating different cultures in the classroom is extremely important as our schools become more multicultural. Students should feel safe to express who they are and share their beliefs,...

5 Reasons Why Working in Special Education is Awesome

5 Reasons Why Working in Special Education is Awesome

This blog is written by Leanne Fisher, a Speech and Language Pathologist at a specialist school for students 5-21 years. I’ve been working in the field of Special Education for 10 years. Sure, there have been a fair few challenges, tears (sad and happy), and 4 am...

5 Tips for Working With Students With Communication Difficulties

5 Tips for Working With Students With Communication Difficulties

This blog was written by Leanne Fisher, a Speech and Language Pathologist at a specialist school for students 5-21 years. Some things we often see in a number of children with special education needs are delays or differences in speech and language skills. This...