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More and more educators are using social media to engage with their school community: posting projects, reminders, and classroom celebrations.
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When you think back to the best manager, boss or leader you have ever had, what are the traits or characteristics you remember?
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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...
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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?
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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...
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Listening to reading helps students develop fluency, expression, and comprehension skills. Creating a Listening Center in your classroom can help...
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As teachers, we know that student writing and reading are intrinsically linked. Sometimes, all it takes to bring out their inner writer is the right...
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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!
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We must advocate for more developmentally appropriate practices, play curriculum, teaching on their developmental level and differentiating for all...
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Do you write an end of the year letter to your students? If, so, please share. Here is the one I used with my 6th graders:
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If you’ve been in education for any length of time, you know you can count on one thing: things are going to change.
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Advocates of student-led parent-teacher conferences have pointed out that teachers who have tried three-way conferences have reported positive...