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Summer break is the best time to grow and learn as a teacher. If you pick the right books, you can work on your professional development at the pool!
The quick switch to distance learning has had many educators feeling as if they’re back to their first year of teaching. Luckily, the idea of learning online is nothing new.
The 2017 National School Climate Study conducted by GLSEN, an organization focu
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May kicks off the winding down of another school year and the start of summer break, which means there is so much to celebrate and yet still so much to learn.
Disrupting and evolving the traditional format of education has been a topic of discussion for years, but
Teacher appreciation week is just around the corner on May 4-8. This year, we know we’re feeling especially appreciative of all the educators out there.
Time management is a critical skill for students to develop. Children—especially teenagers—have more demands on their time and attention now than ever before.
Like many educators, I’ve been receiving a lot of texts from friends who want advice during this unprecedented period of school shutdown. The concerns have regular themes:
With schools working on how to deliver learning to students at home, figuring out how to support and monitor behavior goals can be particularly challenging.
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Study Island is a great tool for use in a fully virtual environment because it ensures that students are practicing their skills and being assessed based on the standards.
Students are dealing with a lot right now—schools are closed, routines are turned upside down, and news headlines are dominated by COVID-19.
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