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Applying for a new job this summer or thinking about it for future endeavors?  Beef up your application with a digital teaching portfolio!
This ruling certainly has the potential to be devastating for the funding and representative power of our local unions, but what does it ultimately...
Here are a few ideas to get you started on your own DIY summer professional development.
As the end-of-school bell rings, middle schoolers immediately reach into sweatshirt pockets and colorful backpacks to reunite with their smartphones.
Our students need to be prepared for the many ways their online world can be exploited and how quickly clickbait can lead to a very real misinformed...
Years ago, a mentor gave a very useful suggestion. He told me to visualize what my ideal classroom would look like.
English language learners (ELL) have always presented a unique challenge for schools and teachers, going back to the initial settlements in this...
The following is what I have observed regarding those student teachers who struggle with getting through the program and entering the field...
If there’s one thing the Internet likes to do, it’s criticize.  “Memes” are the medium du jour, and our modern education system by no means escapes...
If there’s one thing the Internet likes to do, it’s criticize.  “Memes” are the medium du jour, and our modern education system by no means escapes...
Gifted children’s unique characteristics are the same traits that can create added stress and unique challenges socially and emotionally. Being...
Research is showing that a very deliberate type of physical activity might have some of the best benefits for students and their teachers.
I’d like to share a different perspective, one that involves how we view students’ behavior and interactions in the classroom.
There are perhaps no two subject that seem to be more distant than math and art – in the type of thinking they require and the type of student who...