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With burnout rates so prominent, there might be more difficulty than usual persuading people to work in June through August after a long and exhausting year. But for those brave teachers who have elected to work with students through the upcoming...
Lesson Objective: To understand and describe how some fuel comes from natural resources and its effect on the environment
Less than 7 percent of the world’s population owns a bachelor’s degree. Let’s explore how school administration can help lower barriers to...
You should instill the rules and expectations from day one to make life easy for you and your students, whether working individually or as a group.
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...
Allow students to share aloud with whole group (or a partner) the questions that they created on their own. Allow other students to answer a few of...
A powerful activity "buries" students' thoughts of "I'm not good at" and "I can't," building perseverance.
Lesson Objective: To identify the purpose and key points in the Declaration of Independence.   
Students create questions based on the poem they just read. Encourage students to use the important vocabulary terms within their questions.
Help students create a breakfast menu, then work to measure ingredients and determine the time to cook. You will teach students that math is used...
Mastery-based lessons should be specific, clear, and demonstrable. Educators must understand the objectives, and the students must demonstrate their...