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Ever feel like your weekend is basically one extended lesson planning session?
Today’s educators have access to a wide variety of student data, but are you getting the right data?
Classroom management is often thought of as a elementary-level concern. But, what about high school classrooms? Here are eight strategies to manage the drama, curriculum demands, and real-world struggles high school students face.
Whether you’re a DIY diva or a fan of the simple store-bought solution, there are plenty of quick ways to show your appreciation for all that your child’s teacher does - even if you're crunched for time!
Taking a differentiated approach to instruction recognizes that a variety of tactics must be utilized in order to reach every student. Here are five simple steps to help you get started.
When test days are approaching, you want to do everything in your power to ensure that your students are set up for success, but you’re running short on time. Here are four of our favorite last-minute test prep strategies.
Among all the professions in the world, teachers just may talk the most. Here are six ways to make your voice more effective and protect it throughout the school year.
Let’s face it—every classroom is a germ farm. Take these steps now, and save yourself a few sick days later.
Because of the constant inundation of content we’re all faced with today, it’s more important than ever to teach young students about the importance of and the correct way to go about assessing the credibility of source materials, especially online.
With some planning and the help of technology, you can design virtual "field trips" to give your students hands-on experiences with places and cultures they've never seen.
The first year of teaching really is the hardest. If you find yourself in a mid-semester slump, try these four simple strategies to survive and thrive in the classroom!
Looking for an alternative to the standard A-F approach to grading? Try this approach that places the focus on student progress!
One of the fastest-growing areas of technology is in voice control, specifically in “virtual assistants” like Amazon Alexa. Here's four ways to put this technology to use in the classroom.