Myesha McCullan

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Recent Posts by Myesha

Wed Apr 13, 2016 11:28 AM in Gifted Learners
I spend so much time differentiating for my low level learners that I sometimes overlook my advanced / gifted learners. I want them to be challenged without merely getting additional "busywork or time-fillers". What are some things you do to challenge your exceptional students while also juggling your low level learners? I want everyone to be on the same topic without my gifted students boredly re...

Wed Mar 30, 2016 3:00 PM in Parent Communication
I've been attempting to get in contact with a parent for several weeks. I've tried calling, emailing, and sending documentation via certified mail but have gotten no response. At this point I feel like I am out of options. My question is, have you ever had extreme difficulty getting in contact with stubborn parents?? If so, what were your alternative actions?

Sat Mar 19, 2016 1:05 PM in Recovery Assignments
Within my environmental science classroom, lately I've noticed a lot of students not taking the opportunity to complete recovery or extra credit assignments to help improve their grades. As it is extra credit/ recovery I often make these assignments more challenging as I believe students should complete and perform well on assessments THE FIRST TIME AROUND. Despite this, I do want all my students ...