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Around 30% of students in sixth grade already have trouble with basic reading and writing. In this professional development course for teachers, you...
If you’re feeling giddy, you are probably not alone. June is busting out all over, and that comes as a relief to exhausted teachers everywhere. When...
As an educator, you play a critical role in helping your students approach these tests with a positive mindset. Let's explore a few strategies 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...
One way to celebrate this journey is by writing personalized end-of-school letters to each of your students. These letters can serve as a cherished...
Teaching your students money management skills is like planting seeds in a garden. By teaching financial literacy at a young age, educators can...
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 balance ...
Whether you’ve been in the classroom for one year or 30, people say things to teachers that they definitely should not. A lot of tone-deaf statements...
Let's explore the benefits of outdoor education and how you can integrate it into your curriculum.
Leading figures in education can provide valuable insight into effective learning. Here are four podcasts episodes to help you navigate middle school...
As educators, it is our responsibility to provide support and assistance to students with special needs and to identify and encourage their strengths...
To tackle bullying at school, we must use an approach that includes prevention, intervention, and support.
Sensitive material, historical or not, will always be that: sensitive material. Be honest and open with your students – and allow them to be the same...
Ready-to-Use Report Card Comments Make Writing Report Cards Quick & Easy! Here are 125 positive report card comments for you to use and adapt!