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Here are a few ideas to get you started on your own DIY summer professional development.
Education World has found some things that will absolutely be on every educator’s “to do” list this summer.
More and more educators are using social media to engage with their school community: posting projects, reminders, and classroom celebrations.
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Globally, we continue to slip behind other countries. We are no longer the model, as countries like Finland and South Korea have gained the spotlight.
Feeling maxed out? At capacity? Let's talk about how to manage our high-need classrooms.
Visit these sites to enhance your existing poetry lesson plans or allow older students to delve into these sources to create reports and other...
Home visits by teachers may seem impractical, but more districts are undertaking them, and a new report says they build partnerships between parents...
The presidents have a huge presence on the Internet. Biographical, historical, and political resources abound. Looking for photos, autographs, lists,...
Create and display a patchwork quilt of notable African Americans.
Celebrate National Physical Fitness and Sports Month with Education World's tour of physical fitness Web sites. Get your students moving with hundreds...
Schools are shifting from competitive games to lifelong fitness activities.
What will it be -- music or computers? In some communities, it all comes down to that question. New research, special programs, and dedicated teachers...
Traveling this summer? Check out these cool schools and cool treats!
During Atlantic hurricane season, use these lessons and activities to help students understand this unstoppable force of nature.
Check out these fun and engaging STEM activities that are simple to put into practice in the classroom.