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Founding documents are living artifacts that will give your students a deeper understanding of democracy, rights, and the responsibilities of...
There are many examples of best practices on using social networks in classrooms. Social networks teach communication, collaboration, research,...
“If I could just close my classroom door and work with kids, this job would be perfect.” No matter how much educators might agree that teaching and...
Let's check out some constructive ways to help our students through disagreements.
Project-based learning allows students to learn new skills such as; problem-solving, collaboration skills, and expressing themselves and ideas in new...
We all know the power of visuals. Think of anchor charts as the superheroes in your classroom, silently guiding, supporting, and empowering your...
Here are five unexpected ways students with ADHD may struggle and practical strategies to support them.
Educators craft learning content to create engagement through experiential learning, initiate deep connections with course material and promote...
If you're looking for new ways to teach U.S. Government units, we’ve got your social studies class covered. Join in as we review the six themes that...
Your first year teaching at a new school can be an enriching experience