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Data might feel like a dirty word because it comes with a stigma. Being doubtful of data bias is natural, but for teachers, disregarding the validity of everything we learn about student performance can get in the way of achieving growth measures....
Are you looking for a fresh way to grow your student's love for reading while embracing diversity in your classroom? You're in for a treat because...
No matter how criticism is presented, it's never easy. You can use the strategies below to navigate undue criticism and grow from it.
Five fun games use selections of reading text to build students' skills in syllabication, sentence structure, sequencing, word recognition, skimming,...
Lesson Objective: Students should be able to explain the significance of Ellis Island as it relates to immigration and demonstrate the ability to...
Looking for a fun and effective way to help your students organize their thoughts and express their ideas? This simple yet powerful tool can be a...
Data might feel like a dirty word because it comes with a stigma. Being doubtful of data bias is natural, but for teachers, disregarding the validity...
They will identify different types of renewable energy and their applications in everyday life.
From overcoming academic setbacks to managing stress or adapting to new learning methods, resilience helps individuals bounce back and thrive. 
Students will explore the concept of exponents through hands-on activities, discussions, and collaborative problem-solving tasks.
“If I could just close my classroom door and work with kids, this job would be perfect.” No matter how much educators might agree that teaching...