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Seven Books for Teaching Students About Chinese New Year

Education World has gathered a list of seven books teachers can use to teach their students about the Chinese New Year in the classroom.

Teachers Use Music Parodies in History Lessons, Find Great Results

Teachers think music can "strengthen the connections students can create for themselves when they write their own lyrics. More and more engaging material is available on YouTube.

Teachers and Students Share Their Stories With ‘Humans Of New York’

An update to our earlier story reveals that that readers who got to know the impact of Principal Nadia Lopez donated more than $350,000 to her middle school in Brooklyn.

Weekly Deals and Freebies Roundup: Pirate Birthdays, Free Trains, and New Kicks

This week’s list of freebies, giveaways, and deals from Education World is jam packed with fun giveaways to help enhance your classroom’s cleanliness, students’ creativity, and your wardrobe. Also included are savings on EdTech and a few free publications as well.

Teachers Share: What Makes A Good Teacher?

An article from The Guardian highlights some responses from teachers to a common, yet highly debated, question.

Teacher Who Donated $150K to School Appears on Ellen Show

The third-grade teacher who donated $150K worth of prize money to her school appeared on the Ellen Show winning even more surprises for her school.

Book Review: In Defense of Read-Aloud: Sustaining Best Practice

A newly released book provides both new and old insights into the benefits of reading aloud to students.