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Learn easy ways to incorporate science into your literacy instruction with fantastic book collections from Steps to Literacy.
Feeling maxed out? At capacity? Let's talk about how to manage our high-need classrooms.
I never saw great value in being formally observed by an administrator or peer-evaluator, receiving some feedback and never hearing from them again.
Read a book, garden, listen to music, take a pottery class, visit with friends and family, try a new recipe, take a trip, binge watch a Netflix...
This editing activity teaches strategies for avoiding summer learning loss.
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.
Home visits by teachers may seem impractical, but more districts are undertaking them, and a new report says they build partnerships between parents...
Gifted children’s unique characteristics are the same traits that can create added stress and unique challenges socially and emotionally. Being...
A recent report suggests that well over half the nation’s teachers are suffering from stress-related mental health concerns, an increase of more than...
I never saw great value in being formally observed by an administrator or peer-evaluator, receiving some feedback and never hearing from them again.
This is going to be a divisive one.  And for good reason.  But I want to talk about tracking in schools.  
Why did you become a teacher? To teach the curriculum? I would guess, no!
What did you say or write? What images did your simile draw upon? Do you view gifted students as “shining star,” “shooting rockets,” or “diamonds in...
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...