3 Ways to Make the Most of Education Conference Season

The educators we work with are passionate about learning and connecting with other people, and that’s why they tell us that educational conferences are such a welcome source of inspiration for..

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Are Your Students Prepared for Their Future Careers? Discover How Collaborative Learning Can Impact College and Career Readiness

Group projects have long been a staple of classroom instruction for many reasons. They channel students’ social energy into a lesson, engage students who might be reluctant to speak up in a larger..

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Bridging the Digital Divide When Students Go Home

Across the country, schools are investing in technology access and usage in the classroom setting, and most teachers say they’re seeing the benefits. According to the fifth annual Educator..

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Get Your Classroom Moving to Avoid Holiday Burnout

In our previous post, 4 Tips for Managing Classroom Discipline Before the Holidays, we shared helpful strategies to keep kids on track this holiday season. But what if your students still can’t..

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4 Tips for Managing Classroom Discipline Before the Holidays

As the holiday break approaches, you’re probably ready for some well-earned time off. Of course, your students are too, and that means many of them are either completely wired, fully checked out,..

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3 Learnings from Using Technology in the Classroom

Teaching has never been about presenting information and letting students passively absorb it. Great teachers have always worked to build relationships with their students as individuals, breaking..

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Summer Planning: Events and Books for Teachers’ 2019 Summer To-Do Lists

It’s cute, really — your students imagine your summer vacation being every bit as carefree as their own. After all, what could teachers possibly work on outside the classroom?

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