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Classroom Management

Changing Your View on Change: How Teachers Can Lead Change in the Classroom

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Nicky Simon-Burton

Managing change is not always the sole responsibility of administrators. In fact, the ADKAR® framework for change management may resonate with how many classroom educators are already encouraging engagement and helping students navigate change.

Classroom Technology & Student Choice: Creative Strategies to Engage Students on a Budget

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Shannon LaBree

Just as technology has rapidly evolved and impacted so many aspects of daily life, its involvement and implementation in the classroom has also advanced significantly in recent years.

[Classroom IT] 4 Tips to Streamline Device Troubleshooting

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Scott Sterling

Short on IT staffing and resources? Check out these strategies to enlist students, teachers, and parents to make the troubleshooting process faster and more efficient!

Earth Day: FREE Classroom Resources!

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Madison Michell

What are you doing to help celebrate this important event with your students? Check out our Earth Day 2016 Toolkit with free, printable activities, lesson plans, fact sheets, and posters to help inform and engage your preK-6th grade students.

Top 10 Features You Might Not Know About Reading Eggs and Reading Eggspress

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Madison Michell

Reading Eggs and Reading Eggspress are full of engaging features to help your students develop a love of reading. Here are a few of our favorite features that you may have missed along the way.

Augmented Reality Ideas Across the Curriculum

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Scott Sterling

More and more augmented reality apps have been developed that find creative ways to engage students in many subject areas.

Breaking Down a Teachers’ Day: A Close Look At How The Hours Are Spent

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Darin Rasmussen

When we kicked off this series a couple weeks ago, we talked about how much time teachers actually work during an average week. In this post, I will take a look at our best estimates of where exactly that time and effort is going across the year.

21 Tips, Tricks, and Ideas Every 21st Century Teacher Should Try

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Sarah Cornelius

Take advantage of all of the new resources and ideas circulating in the education community, and start experimenting in your classroom! To help you get started, we’ve put together this list of tips, tricks, and ideas for 21st century teaching and learning.

5 Tips and Tricks for Google Drive in the Classroom

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Scott Sterling

We've put together five of our favorite tips and tricks to help teachers and students get the most out of the powerful (and free!) Google Drive suite of productivity apps!

The 21st Century Version of the Book Club

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Stephanie Abbott

Book clubs are a great way to encourage students to read and hear others' perspectives. Check out these ideas to give your classroom book club a new digital look for the 21st century!

Spring: Free Classroom Resources!

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Madison Michell

Download our free Spring Equinox Toolkit and take advantage of the changing of the seasons to talk about topics like the weather, plant life, and the solar system with your elementary students!

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