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Rent vs. Own: A Real-World Math Lesson Grade level: 6th - 7th Grade Duration: 90 Minutes Subject: Math Objective: Students will understand the...
Pros and Cons of Student Mentors Mentorship is an incredibly underrated tool. Well used, it has the power to change lives for the better. Student mentor...
5 Ways to Foster Inclusivity on Campus One of the most important goals for any campus is to create a learning environment that is welcoming, inclusive, and...
10 Ways Administration can be More Visible to Students There’s something about seeing leaders in person and connecting with them that brings comfort and...
Why Students Should Be Allowed to Re-Do Their Work Do you believe in second chances? We consistently grade students on their performance through...
6 Ways to Empower Your Minority Students Empowering minority students is a key part of creating a fair and inclusive educational environment. These...
Outdated School Policies, Try These 5 Instead From attendance to bullying, school policies are a crucial component of any educational institution, as they...
10 Famous Teachers Throughout history, many influential teachers have left a lasting impact on the field of education. From developing innovative teaching...
Art: Torn Paper Landscape Grade Level: 3rd-5th Grade Subject: Visual Arts Duration: 60 Minutes Objective: Students will learn how to create a...
Seven Top Pet Peeves for Teachers (And How to Fix Them) When I was teaching creative writing to high schoolers, one activity we did always got a lot of...
Making It: Tips for a Springtime Reset Believe it or not, spring is upon us. While the month of March tends to feel like a rollercoaster with wild weather...
Get to the Point: Using Money to Teach Decimals Subject: Math Grades: 4th and 5th Lesson Objective: By the end of this lesson, your students about...
Why Spirit Week is a Problem Teaching kids to have pride in the schools they attend is a pervasive custom, manifesting in the form of mascots, school colors...
Teaching Cultural Sensitivity with The Proudest Blue: A Story of Hijab and Family SUBJECT Reading and social studies GRADES  1st through 3rd grade...
Moving Beyond the Dichotomy: Implementing a Balanced Approach to Teaching and Learning The literature provides a wealth of research studies that sharply...
Jet Setter: Budgeting Your Dream Vacation Subject: Math.  Grade: 4 (You can adapt it for higher grades) Lesson Objective: To teach students how to...
5 Field Trips for 5th Graders Teachers know organizing an enjoyable, informative, low-cost field trip for their 5th-grade class can be challenging....
3 Strategies to Help Your Slow Workers As a teacher, you want to make sure no child is left behind. Unfortunately, this is not always the case since...
10 Ways to Use Painters Tape in Your Classroom We're sure you've used painter's tape at home before. Most of us use them to mask off areas we don’t want to...
Does Flexible Seating Benefit Students AND Teachers? Flexible seating is becoming popular in many classrooms across the United States. This concept allows...

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