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Here’s a unique take on how to bring these skills in the classroom, with specific, actionable ideas for educators like you.
Explore strategies to motivate your students to read more outside the classroom. With a little creativity and consistency, you can foster a love of...
These literary wonders can transport young minds to distant galaxies, ignite their imaginations, and make complex scientific concepts accessible. 
What if we could give our students the financial know-how they need to succeed as young adults? That's the vision of adding financial literacy to the...
Around 30% of students in sixth grade already have trouble with basic reading and writing. In this professional development course for teachers, you...
To the young children dreaming of growing up to become teachers, educators today are screaming, "NO! You don't want to be a teacher!" But principles...
We need to equip ourselves to answer students' questions about the war, why it is happening, and how we can help. We should be prepared to...
Ability grouping allows educators to tailor their lesson plans and provide more or less support to the students, dependent on their progress or...
Students can assume the roles of attorneys, judges, and witnesses and learn about legal proceedings as they gain valuable experience in researching...
Banning books from schools is a common occurrence but it can make some students miss reading books that they might just love.
Integrating age-appropriate activities in your classroom can help students learn material faster and be more engaged in lessons.
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