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The Paper and Packaging Board recently released a national study surveying 3,200 students, parents and educators and found that despite the increase of technology in the classroom, paper has staying power.
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In the latest post for the Guardian's Secret Teacher, one teacher is discussing why she believes her peers should be less quick to label under-...
In the latest post for the Guardian's Secret Teacher, one teacher is discussing why she believes her peers should be less quick to label under-...
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Before summer runs out, take advantage of these easy, free methods of enhancing your professional practice.
Six Low- or No-Cost PD Ideas for Summer Summer is an opportune time for teachers to advance their professional development. No budget for costly...
This week in evolution and science, the National Center for Science Education's team describes how teaching science is a community affair.
NCSE Roundup: This Week in Evolution & Science This week in evolution and science, the National Center for Science Education's team describes...
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Are your students familiar with their learning strengths? These surveys and activities can help.
Your Students: No Two Are Alike Each week, an educator shares an Aha! moment in the classroom in Education Worlds Voice of Experience column. This...
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Get helpful tips on differentiating instruction and adjusting the classroom environment to ensure the success of every learner.
Accommodating Student Sensory Differences Education World is pleased to present this professional development resource shared by Dr. Jane...
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Imagine the crime-fighting cyborg dealing with student bullying.
How would RoboCop tackle bullying? Remember RoboCop? The 1987 sci-fi movie centered on murdered police officer Alex Murphy, who was re-...
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What makes some teachers stand out? Learn about key behaviors.
What do great teachers do differently? Education World is pleased to present this article contributed by Shannon Dauphin Lee, a Schools.com...
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A special program gives students ages 15-19 a place for academic salvation and life-changing inspiration.
One Man’s Mission: Support Struggling Students Education World spoke with Samuel Cephas, founder, CEO and president of MC², to learn about best...
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Join Diane Hodges in her "Looking Forward to Monday Morning: Survival Kit" before you get into the September swing.
  Looking Forward To Monday Morning Survival Kit SURVIVAL KIT FOR EVERYDAY USE Make a Survival Kit for each staff member...
Education World's Back to School archive page offers loads of useful articles and 12 volumes of icebreakers and first day of school activities to...
What You Need for Back to School  Check out these articles on everything from preparing for the first day to dealing with homework woes...