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Discouraged by failure? Hold on; success is just ahead of you.
Erin Bishop knows what it's like to fail time and what it takes to get back up.
You can use natural disasters and other mother-nature events as learning experiences in the classroom.
Read how an earthquake became a learning experience for this teacher and her students.
It's important to realize that kids aren't the only ones who are nervous.
Student excuses run the gamut. Here's some of the funniest coming from the littlest students in the classroom.
William lived in the upstairs unit of a building with no heat or electricity.
On day one, I was hit by five tennis balls (man do some of those kids have a swing).
Like most teachers, I dread April Fools' Day. What will the little tricksters do this year?
The unknown is scary, and of all the moments of anticipation and anxiety that occur in an educator's life, there's one that reigns supreme: the parent-teacher meeting.