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Thanksgiving is for stuffing turkeys, not your schedule.
This isn't the time to overpack your schedule.
Put the spark back into your routine with these fresh ideas.
October is a month that gives many teachers the heebie-jeebies.
Here's what you do when your students are seen, but not heard.
This is for your students who haven't said more than two words all year long.
If your students' behavior has you tied up in knots, use these lifelines.
Is your class feeling more like a whirling vortex than a place of learning?
Group work is much more than just herding students together.
These group-work techniques go beyond just herding students together.
You'll be coming in loud and clear to your students with these strategies.
Talk less, listen more and your students will too.
Hands down, this is the best way to see all the hands up in your classroom.
You need to get to the root of student apathy in order to fix it.
Witness more "lightbulb moments" with your students through the Kagan Cooperative Method.
Read into the Kagan Cooperative Method and increase student engagement.
Keep girls engaged in STEM activities with these opportunities.
Keep girls engaged in STEM with these activities.
Science notebooks will help your students review and learn concepts, and keep their work organized.
Keep track of assignments and easily review concepts with science notebooks.