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Teaching Strategies

As an after-school instructor, you only have your students’ attention for a short period of time after a long day at school, so efficiency is key. With ExtendEd Notes, you have access to tools that will help you develop teaching strategies that will improve your program’s effectiveness.

Our after-school teaching strategies will help you set goals, reinforce boundaries with students, and create efficient lesson plans. Armed with these tools and resources from experts in child development, you’ll be able to run an efficient, high-quality after school program.


Teaching Strategies Articles

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How to Use Positive Affirmations to Boost Your Students’ Self-Esteem

Elementary-school years are a defining time for children. They’re learning about themselves as well as the characteristics, abilities, interests and values that define them. At the same time, they’re being influenced by…

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5 Things You Need to Create an Inclusive Environment for Students with ADHD

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common developmental disorders in children and teens, affecting about 1 in 10 children.

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4 Simple Ways to Boost Reading Comprehension

Have you ever finished a chapter or an entire book and couldn’t remember what you just read? Simply flipping through pages without gaining understanding isn’t an effective way to learn. Instead,…

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4 Last-Minute Tips that will Help Your Summer Program Run Without a Hitch

The school year is winding down and summer learning is almost in session. While you’ve been planning your summer program for months, it’s easy to let a few things “fall between the…

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3 Ways to Enhance Learning with Social Media

Let’s face it: social media isn’t going anywhere any time soon.

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Developing Future Leaders: How Project-Based Learning Fosters Leadership Skills in Students

Developing the leaders of tomorrow is an important responsibility. And while some children are natural born leaders, others are bred through authentic learning experiences that foster essential leadership skills.

That’s where project-based…



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