Tips for Teachers

Tips for Teachers

Lesson Suggestions

Renzulli Learning provides a variety of lesson ideas through our Professional Development Blog: Hints & Tips, Sharing Best Practices, and Lessons. Additionally, to support your Remote Teaching efforts, we will be providing ongoing lesson suggestions and activities, so that you can focus on what is m

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Renzulli Learning Home Edition

Renzulli Learning Home EditionEvery child has unique talents and strengths that can be cultivated.Renzulli Learning is an interactive online teaching system that provides a personalized learning environment for children and leads to higher academic performance. The goal of Renzulli Learning

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Renzulli Learning Project Showcase

Start Your Free Trial!Renzulli Learning Project ShowcaseRenzulli Learning includes a Project Showcase module which enables students to upload videos, images, or project documents to highlight their work.The Project Showcase feature can be utilized for any type of project or event, includ

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Getting Started

What is Renzulli Learning? Get your kids excited to start using Renzulli Learning with any or all of the following options: Animated Introduction: Student Introduction Video Student Introduction Lesson Sharing Best Practices: Happy Dreamer: Enhance the Student Introduction Lesson with this Teacher T

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How do I Get Started with PBL?

How Do I Get Started with PBL? Getting started with Project Based Learning is easy with the Renzulli Learning Project Wizard. There are several ways to launch into Projects: Students develop high-level passion-based projects – aka Renzulli “Type III Investigations” Teachers create and assign project

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Funding Options for US Schools

Funding Options for Schools If you are interested in receiving more information on US Government and other funding options to support the implementation of Renzulli Learning, please contact Rita Mauro at [email protected] or 203-393-2453. US Department of Education CARES Act The CARES Act, signed in

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Training Opportunities

Renzulli Learning offers several different paths to Professional Development and Training. Our recorded webinars are available free for your professional learning to help you get started using Renzulli Learning and take your usage to the next level. On-demand, self-paced training is available right

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Tip of the Month: Celebrating Women's History Month with Search, Assignments, and Groups

March is Women’s History Month!Learn how to work with Search, Assignments, and Groups, while preparing to celebrate Women’s History Month with your students!From https://womenshistorymonth.gov/ The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for th

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Tip of the Month: Black History Month: Engage with Expression Styles!

 Engage Your Students with Expression Style Groupsto Celebrate Black History Month!Grades 3+ and upComputer access – at least one per groupJoin our Twitter Challenge – See Below!Use the Power of the Profiler to group your students according to Expression Styles, then

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Tip of the Month: Engage Your Students in the Holidays - and Learning!

The holidays are quickly approaching! Are you looking for something to do that’s FUN and ENGAGING to keep their attention, while embedding important skills and standards? Try this Winter Holiday Scavenger Hunt, teaching them critical search skills along the way, and culminating in EXPRESSION STY

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Tip of the Month: Scaffolding Your Type III Process

As I work with teachers starting their journey with the Schoolwide Enrichment Model and Renzulli Learning, I am often asked about timelines and assessing students’ work. The timeline is completely relative to the age/ability level of the students, how often you meet with them, how long you inten

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The PD Corner: PBL vs PBL - Does it really matter?

Project – ,  Problem – , and Inquiry-Based-Learning“PBL” is not a new term, but it is getting a lot of air-time lately as educators strive to teach to the 21st Century learner. “Sage on the Stage” methodologies are being left behind as more and more schools encourage teachers to use “PBL

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