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More and more educators are using social media to engage with their school community: posting projects, reminders, and classroom celebrations.
Home visits by teachers may seem impractical, but more districts are undertaking them, and a new report says they build partnerships between parents...
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In our efforts to make learning gains and boost test scores, we have narrowed our view of learning and understanding, and thus, severely restricted...
Spring...has come.  It’s the end of the year, and your students are already staring out the window, dreaming of the beach, the basketball courts,...
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Sharing a variety of diverse chapter books with our students that reflect them and the overall population is so important. Representation and...
More and more educators are using social media to engage with their school community: posting projects, reminders, and classroom celebrations.
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As summer approaches and children will be out of school, what are fun things we can encourage our families to do?
The technology is improving. Could it render the classroom teacher obsolete?
Engaging students – especially at the end of the year when attention wanes, or the start of the year when teachers want to get a class off on the...
Being too generous with your time and energy hurts you and your students. How can you tell if you give too much?
Education World takes a closer look at some of TV’s most loved teachers, and measures them against the Rubric for Effective Teaching and the teacher...
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Flag Day (June 14th) is a day to honor the flag of the United States. Use these Flag Facts with your students!