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Do We Believe in Data? As anyone who reads a newspaper knows, numbers and statistics are easy to manipulate. Sentences that begin with the phrase “studies...
Achieving Teacher Agency Within the Circle of Control “If I could just close my classroom door and work with kids, this job would be perfect.” Anyone who...
Numbers in Motion: Before and After in the World of Math Subject: Mathematics Grade Level: 1st-3rd Objective By the end of the lesson, students will...
STEM Thermometer Challenge: Understanding Temperature Measurement Grade Level: 6th to 8th Subject: Science Objective By the end of this lesson,...
Crafting 2-Sentence Love Stories in Creative Writing   Subject: English Language Arts Grade Level: 4th to 8th  Objective By the end of this lesson,...
Exploring the 4-Square Model in Teaching Looking for a fun and effective way to help your students organize their thoughts and express their ideas? Well,...
Diverse Reads, Shared Insights: Running Book Clubs with Multiple Books Are you looking for a fresh way to grow your student's love for reading while...
The Fraction Wars: Teaching Cross-Multiplication the Fun Way Today, let's delve into the epic saga of fractions, where numerators and denominators battle it...
Anchor Charts: 10 Ways They Help Students Imagine anchor charts as the superheroes in your classroom, silently guiding, supporting, and empowering your...
Switching Language Codes for Effective Student Communication In our classrooms, we have students with differing linguistic backgrounds and abilities....
Strengthening Boundaries for Contracted Hours Think of boundaries like the fence around a playground. They keep things in order, protect what's inside, and...
Founding Documents Unleashed: 3 Activities for Sorting Through America's History We're diving headfirst into the treasure trove of founding documents that...
What to Do When Kids Stop Working Spring might be on its way, but this time of year can be problematic for students and teachers beyond pesky seasonal...
How To Gather Qualitative Classroom Data If I want to make a room full of teachers groan, all I have to do is start talking about data. Almost invariably,...
The Dos and Don'ts of Professional Development We’ve all been there. It’s the last week of the marking period and suddenly, everything has taken on a sense...
Body Lab Explorations: A Comprehensive Health Lesson on Human Anatomy Subject: Science Grades: 5-8th Grade Objective: Students will explore the...
Great Wall Builders: The Engineering Marvels of Ancient China /*-->*/ Subject: Social Studies Grades: 4-8th Grade Objective:  By the end of this...
Hands-On How-To: Exploring the Art of 'How-to' Writing Through Interactive Kits Subject: Writing Grade Level: 6-8th Grade Objective: Students will learn...
Constructive Ways to Help Students Through Disagreements As we navigate teaching, one thing is certain: student disagreements are inevitable. Whether it's a...
5 Unexpected Ways Students with ADHD Struggle in Class Teaching is a journey that challenges us to adapt, understand, and support every learner in our...

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