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Applying for a new job this summer or thinking about it for future endeavors?  Beef up your application with a digital teaching portfolio!
English language learners (ELL) have always presented a unique challenge for schools and teachers, going back to the initial settlements in this...
As the end-of-school bell rings, middle schoolers immediately reach into sweatshirt pockets and colorful backpacks to reunite with their smartphones.
Research is showing that a very deliberate type of physical activity might have some of the best benefits for students and their teachers.
Here are a few ideas to get you started on your own DIY summer professional development.
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Learn solutions to common word wall and take home book problems with theses suggestions from Primary Paradise.
Applying for a new job this summer or thinking about it for future endeavors?  Beef up your application with a digital teaching portfolio!
I've made some serious mistakes. It’s one of the most frustratingly wonderful things about being a teacher.
National Pet Week is May 6-14. If you've considered getting a pet for your class, the Pets in the Classroom grant program can help.
Parts-of-Speech Tall Tales: Kids write their own fill-in-the-blank tall tales.
In this spring-themed K-8 geography lesson, students draw and read maps that lead to hidden eggs.
Build a mystery around the contents of a bag of evidence.
A classroom composting experiment demonstrates why worms are called "nature's recyclers."
Using Fairy Tales to Debate Ethics
Members of the Education World Teacher Team share their favorite end-of-year activities.
It's finally here! With these ten lesson plans, activities, and books, students and teachers will get the most out of celebrating their 100th Day of...