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Education conference season is well underway but leaving town is not necessary to garner the benefits of getting the most out of collaborative practice. Instead, finding ways to increase interaction with others within our spheres of available...
Holding classes indoors usually feels like a limitation to this desired movement. Students must move around within a limited space or sit in the same...
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10 quick tips on using thematic units for differentiating and engaging students in their own learning, and still covering the mandated curriculum.
Pre-written, Ready-to-Use Lesson & Student Worksheet! Learning Objective: To read unfamiliar multisyllabic words in and out of context.
Pre-written, Ready-to-Use Lesson & Student Worksheet! Learning Objective: To determine what a poem is about and read it fluently.
How on earth are you going to declutter your classroom? Where do you even start? Not to worry—consider adopting these five fantastic ideas to...
Students will learn the importance of balanced budgeting and how to do it effectively.
When teachers place intention behind questioning, we not only get better answers, students have far more opportunity to express themselves and share...
Pre-written, Ready-to-Use Lesson & Student Worksheet! Learning Objective: To compare and contrast and identify similarities and differences in two...
Pre-written, Ready-to-Use Lesson & Student Worksheet! Learning Objective: To read an article in order to learn more about the Statue of Liberty