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Today, we’re walking you through six strategies that can help keep distracting students occupied, so you have time to give individual attention to all your students. 
Welcome, educators, to the nerve-wracking yet exciting event known as Open House.
Just when everyone feels pushed to the brink, teachers are summoned to a meeting after school to engage in professional development. To create a...
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Students will have a deeper understanding of the Reconstruction Era, including the struggles faced by the nation.
Use these resources to teach students about the gift of the senses and how they work.
Your classroom is not just a space for learning but a haven of safety and understanding. That's the magic of trauma-informed teaching.
An interview with a parent and former K-12 teacher from Oklahoma who has dyslexia for a real-life perspective.
By the end of this lesson, students will be able to identify and explain different types of chemical reactions through hands-on activities.
No judgment, no criticism – just pure acceptance. That's the essence of Unconditional Positive Regard (UPR).
In this post, we're diving into five exciting concepts to help your students apply their math skills to real-world situations.