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Our students need to be prepared for the many ways their online world can be exploited and how quickly clickbait can lead to a very real misinformed populace.
This ruling certainly has the potential to be devastating for the funding and representative power of our local unions, but what does it ultimately...
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.
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Whiteboards, or dry erase boards, are such a versatile and helpful classroom tool!
They are reliable and passionate, and they bring learning and love to urban classrooms. They are Experience Corps volunteers -- retirees recruited and...
What do you know about hurricanes? How would you prepare for a hurricane or other serious storm that is forecast for where you live?
Create “pinwheels for peace” to celebrate International World Peace Day (September 21).
Every-Day Edits: Using skills every day is a surefire way to boost test scores. That's why Education World offers this quick and timely printable...
Every-Day Edits: "I Have a Dream" Speech
New technology and new thinking about how to plan and how to work with students after an event.
Grade 4-8 students learn about the amazing abilities of bees and appreciate ways in which these unique insects help humans.
During Atlantic hurricane season, use these lessons and activities to help students understand this unstoppable force of nature.
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From Frustration to Collaboration to Influence: Learning Co-Teaching Aikido