Christmas Around the World

Christmas Around the World: Download Map to Share with Students

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year! As an educator, Christmas is a wonderful time to learn about your students’ family traditions and share how people around the world…

student engagement

Student Engagement: How to Assess Your Classroom & Tips for Improvement

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Maintaining student engagement in your classroom can be hard all year round, but with the holidays and Spring Fever around the corner, students are prone to get restless and lose…

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Celebrate Diversity in Your Classroom

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Today’s classroom is more diverse than ever. Every day classrooms across America bring students of all different races and cultural backgrounds together to study — it is truly one of…

teacher collaboration

5 Tips for Successful Teacher Collaboration

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Whether you are an experienced teacher or in your first few years, there is no doubt that teaching is a challenging career, but it shouldn’t be a lonely one. By…

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Stay on Track this Holiday Season: Tips for the Busy Teacher

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As the excitement of the new school year gives way to the anticipation of the holiday season, it is easy to fall behind. Between schools being closed for weather related…

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How to Balance Life and Teaching During the Holiday Season

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With Halloween behind us and Thanksgiving right around the corner, the holidays are in full swing! It’s a time of cheer that is filled with festivities and time spent with…

virtual reality

How Does Virtual Reality Deepen Learning?

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Virtual reality technology is evolving quickly, and it has gained popularity. From games to immersion experiences, a growing array of virtual reality tools are becoming available for schools. According to…

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The Importance of Having Fun with Your Students

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Here’s a question to consider: Would you like to be a student in your classroom? Would you be engaged? Eager to learn? Would you go home bursting to tell your…

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Sleep Disorders or ADHD – How Are They Connected?

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6.4 million children between 4-17 years of age have been diagnosed with ADHD, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention statistics from 2015. U.S. parents and teachers have…

How to Address Controversial Topics in the Classroom

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It’s hard to get away from controversial topics these days — it’s all over the news, which permeates into our lives through every form of media, and everyone, from celebrities…

student data

How to Use Student Data to Inform Instruction

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Your classroom is a bustling place filled with students from different backgrounds who require varying levels of support. Each student has different strengths and weaknesses that vary from lesson to…

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The Importance of Teaching Good Digital Citizenship

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Technology in the classroom is no longer an innovative idea, but a staple for schools. Students are using digital tools at home and a rise of technology programs and software…