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How to Teach Kids About Effort Try harder. When I think of the number of times I heard those words growing up, the frustration of being a kid and not...
Three Must-Do Classroom Management Basics What do teachers usually worry about the most at the start of the school year, especially when they are not as...
The Nation's Report Card - Unpacking NAEP Results A few weeks ago, the troubling results of the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) were...
Dancing with Science: Teaching Physics through Dance Lesson Plan: Dance Lab - Exploring Physics Through Dance Objective: The objective of this lesson is...
Back to School: Getting-to-Know-You Activities Lesson Plan: Three Get-to-Know-You Activities for the First Week of School Objective: The objective of...
Setting the Stage: Creating Classroom Norms Lesson Plan: Creating and Setting Classroom Expectations Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will...
The Art of Inquiry: 10 Questioning Techniques to Boost Student Engagement As educators, we know you work so hard to create engaging and dynamic learning...
5 Approaches to Enhance Emotional Intelligence in Your Students Emotional intelligence (EI) is incredibly important to child development and future...
7 Creative Strategies for Utilizing Music in the Classroom You don’t have to be a band teacher to bring a little music into your classroom. In fact, music...
Refreshing Your Teaching Techniques: Ideas for Innovative Instruction in the New School Year As you embark on another academic adventure, take the time to...
Setting Goals: How Teachers Can Plan for a Successful School Year Before you get where you’re going, you have to know exactly where you’re headed. Goal...
10 Strategies for Effective Lesson Planning for the Upcoming School Year Effective lesson planning is the foundation for a successful and engaging learning...
Breaking the Mold: Exploring Creative Approaches to Homework Part of the debate surrounding homework is that, traditionally, it fails to inspire and...
The Three Biggest Reasons PLCs Matter We’ve all heard the cliche. There’s no “I” in team. Teamwork makes the dream work. Together, we are better. These...
20 Reasons Teachers Love Summer There might be occasional exceptions to the rule, but otherwise, it is a truth universally acknowledged that teachers love...
Main Idea vs. Theme using Music and Lyrics Grade Level: K-12 Duration: 2-3 Class Periods (45 minutes each) Common Core Standards: 3.RI.2 Determine the...
Teaching Measurements to Create Slime Grade Levels: K-12 (Modifications can be made depending on grade and skill levels.) Subject: Mathematics and Science...
Healthy Habits for Life: Designing a Personal Wellness Plan Grade Level: 6-12 Lesson Duration: 2-3 Class Periods Common Core Standards:  1.12.1 Predict...
Balancing Work and Rest: Tips for Maximizing Summer Break as a Teacher No, summer break isn't all partying on the boat. You should definitely let loose and...
Should Students Have Summer Work? To make them work or not to make them work? That is the question. The idea of assigning summer work has sparked a heated...

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