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Promoting Social Development Through the No Limits Method

Promoting Social Development Through the No Limits Method

Throughout this series of blogs, we’ve discussed the Core Values of the No Limits Method as a means to empower teachers of exceptional students and help these students to reach their fullest potential. Recently, we discussed how the No Limits Method can provide teachers and other professionals with strategies to meet their students’ emotional and […] READ MORE
5 Essentials for Good PBL

5 Essentials for Good PBL

As the new school year starts, there are always new initiatives that schools want to put in place. A popular initiative that many schools have decided to take on is implementing more project-based learning (PBL) experiences for students. Many of us have heard of PBL, but what exactly does it mean, and how is it […] READ MORE
5 Ways to Beat the Back-to-School Blues

5 Ways to Beat the Back-to-School Blues

The end of the summer and the start of the school year can be a stressful time for students, teachers, and parents. It is a time of excitement, but can also be a time of anxiety because of all the major changes that are taking place. Transitioning from summer to school can definitely lead to […] READ MORE
Is Unplugging the Key to Coding Success?

Is Unplugging the Key to Coding Success?

Make no mistake, in order to properly communicate with a computer, you will definitely need to be plugged in and working with a coding language. But, to get to that point, you don’t need to be electronically tuned in, you need to simply have some fun! That’s right! If you are an educator who understands […] READ MORE
Top 3 Lumio Skills You Should Brush up on This Summer

Top 3 Lumio Skills You Should Brush up on This Summer

Summer is now in session, but that doesn’t mean learning has to stop! In less than five minutes, you can brush up on a few skills that will help make the new school year a big success.  1) How to start a Lumio lesson from your Google Drive The Lumio platform is already a user-friendly […] READ MORE
Bringing Science Lessons Online with Google Drawings

Bringing Science Lessons Online with Google Drawings

Google Drawings is an excellent platform for creating interactive lessons. While working with my elementary students, I always found that they were most excited about science lessons because they could get involved with experiments, exploration, and hands-on creations. When it came time for them to record their ideas or show evidence of their learning, I […] READ MORE
Fostering Cultural Awareness with Podcasts

Fostering Cultural Awareness with Podcasts

Looking for a different way to get your students engaged while learning valuable skills and creating an environment that fosters cultural awareness? Then look no further than one of the oldest forms of communication: oral storytelling. Why podcasts? Talking, conversing, sharing stories, and oral history – it’s been a part of us for thousands of […] READ MORE
Top 3 Google Skills You Should Brush up on This Summer

Top 3 Google Skills You Should Brush up on This Summer

As the final bell rings, vacation mode begins! Some teachers set aside regular time to prepare for next year throughout the summer, while others wait until the final few weeks of the break. Whatever your style, you have time for less than 5 minutes of brushing up on skills that will make your school year […] READ MORE
Going Further with UKIT Advanced

Going Further with UKIT Advanced

Utilizing UBTECH’s Advanced UKITs UBTech has done it again! They’ve created an immersive STEM kit that an advanced roboticist can use to imagine, build, create, and spend hours on developing the most highly desirable skills of the 21st century job market. The Advanced UKIT is the final piece in UBTech’s series of robotics kits for […] READ MORE
Creating Connections: Meeting Students’ Emotional and Spiritual Needs

Creating Connections: Meeting Students’ Emotional and Spiritual Needs

In this series of blogs, we’ve discussed the foundations of the No Limits Method, how to use the Method to assist students with learning and language differences, and how the Method’s resources meet each student’s needs to help them develop physical and cognitive skills. While all aspects of the Method are essential to the promotion […] READ MORE
Fostering Self-Regulation at an Early Age

Fostering Self-Regulation at an Early Age

Self-regulation is the ability to manage emotions and behaviors during life’s demanding moments.  We are not born with the skill to self-regulate, but it begins very early in our development. As babies, we are provided with external regulation by our caregivers because we are not yet able to meet our needs. As toddlers, we experience […] READ MORE
Making Meaningful Conversation in End of Year Meetings

Making Meaningful Conversation in End of Year Meetings

The end of the year is a crazy and chaotic time for everyone in a school building. End of year celebrations, graduation and moving up ceremonies, the completion of cumulative records, and teachers packing up their classrooms are all included. In the midst of all this, it’s essential to carve out time to have end […] READ MORE
Engaging End of the Year Activities

Engaging End of the Year Activities

The end of another school year can be an exciting time for both students and teachers. It can also be a time in which students get restless after finishing up state exams and end of the year assessments. Teachers need to be strategic in ensuring that students don’t have too much flexibility or have  the […] READ MORE
Inspiring Future Illustrators: Creating Digital Book Covers

Inspiring Future Illustrators: Creating Digital Book Covers

Students already know an eye-catching book cover makes a book stand out on the shelf. Chances are, your students aren’t reading the short synopsis on the back cover before they check a book out of your school’s library. Most students are basing their selection on the cover. Why not give our students a chance to […] READ MORE
No Limits Method: Embodied Cognition

No Limits Method: Embodied Cognition

Throughout our previous blog posts about the No Limits Method, we’ve discussed our Core Values, the integration of communication technology, and the Method’s use in a classroom setting. Now that our readers have a better understanding of some practical applications, it’s important to explain why the Method works. This way, those that are using the resources and techniques that […] READ MORE
Digital Citizenship for the 21st Century

Digital Citizenship for the 21st Century

If you are just making sure that your students’ passwords and identities are protected online, you are not teaching them digital citizenship. Of course, understanding the importance of protecting your identity online is a vital aspect of becoming a digital citizen, but there are some other important components to practicing good digital citizenship. We sometimes […] READ MORE
Incorporating Green Practices Into Your Classroom

Incorporating Green Practices Into Your Classroom

The average American produces over 4 lbs of trash a day, which can culminate in up to 56 tons per year. While many of us try to recycle as much as possible, not all of our recyclables are deemed worthy by receiving facilities, or are discarded for other reasons. Estimates by experts vary when it comes to […] READ MORE