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The resources to thrive—and the laughs to survive—as an educator.
You can actually teach kids empathy throughout all of your curriculum subjects.
These four effective and efficient classroom hacks will make your life as a teacher easier.
When used properly, videos in the classroom can be a useful resource for teachers. Check out these tips for how to best utilize this visual medium.
Find out how implementing stretch goals can help your school become more productive and innovative.
Using humor in the classroom can make learning fun for both teachers and students! Here's how one teacher raps lessons to keep her class excited.
Learning to say no is an important skill some of us need to develop. Here's some teacher advice on the most effective ways to say no.
As a special education teacher in middle school, your job is to help your students through this pivotal time by empowering them to be their best selves.
These three free online tools can help you create fun, collaborative quizzes for students.
When looking for new classroom management ideas, try asking your students. Here are eight ideas one teacher heard from her students.
Use these tips to help your students learn the value of group work.
These five tips will help you streamline the creation of IEP goals in your classroom.
An increase in phenomena-based activities means learning how to properly manage science lab equipment usage. Here are three tips for building a strategy.
Too many students can make teaching a challenge. Here are three tips for how to manage an overcrowded classroom.
Trust is vital to a productive classroom. Here's how to build trust with students and create a healthy classroom environment for learning.
Journal writing can be a fun way to get students to connect to lessons. Here's how one teacher has used this activity to inspire her class.
Education trends will always impact a teacher's classroom. Here's how the trend of flipped learning has transformed one teacher's classroom.
Entitled behavior can be frustrating. But before you lose your cool, check out these tips for how to deal with entitled behavior in the classroom.
Check out three global collaboration projects that will help promote cultural empathy in your classroom.
One teacher's curiosity was piqued by Kagan cooperative learning. She set out to learn more about its benefits and challenges, and here's what she found.
These 10 questions will gauge your tech savviness as a teacher.
Have your students channel Benjamin Franklin with these five engaging Fourth of July activities.
While teachers spend hours preparing students for state test material, teaching students how to manage test stress often goes neglected.
From the classroom to your resume to your finances, spring cleaning all aspects of your professional life is simple with these tips.
Going digital improved a popular but dated school project in this teacher's classroom.
A class video project can be an empowering experience for students that enhances learning in the classroom.
Are you on the fence about whether science notebooks would work for your class? Learn about their benefits and how to best implement them.
Energize your students with these 100th Day of School activities.
If you evaluated your teaching methods over the holidays and realized you're not where you need to be, you're not alone. Here's how to correct course.
These five classroom activities will help you and your students truly honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the civil rights movement.
When you're having trouble controlling your classroom, reining your students back in should be a top priority. Here's how one teacher hit the reset button.
After the holidays, use this checklist for teachers, which is full of tips and tricks for running full steam ahead to summer break.
Share the spirit of the season with your students through these videos.
Using technology in the classroom, like mobile apps, allows teachers&nbsp;to enhance their students' learning environment and also save time!
Determine what your ELL students need based on their current ability.
To get students engaged in reading, try these five classic books and plays that offer timeless lessons on life, love, and phonies.
Use these mindfulness activities and bring your students into a state of calm and focus for the day.
Revitalize boring writing assignments with a curriculum based on The Walking Dead TV series.
These books are great tools for teaching safety lessons in the classroom.
Check out five teacher tools and classroom management tips to ensure increased productivity.
These three tips can help you create a positive classroom culture for your students.
Coming back to high school should be fun and interesting. Find out why you need to get your class engaged on the very first day.
These first day of school ideas are a great way to get acquainted with your new kindergarten students.
Research shows that successful charter schools focus on high expectations and high support. Should traditional schools look to do the same?
Classroom gamification is a hot trend and a fun way to encourage participation — as long as it's done right.
For this teacher, updated school resources led to improved student collaboration and research skills.
Celebrate your students by awarding them meaningful and entertaining classroom superlatives at an end-of-year ceremony.
Here, a couple educators discuss their strategies for making the most of teaching after AP tests.
Use these fun activities to celebrate National Pet Week in your classroom.
As summer approaches, it can be a challenge to keep students engaged.
Use these activities to have the ultimate Arbor Day celebration and teach your class the importance of trees to our world.
It can be tricky to teach your students how to effectively conduct online research. Here are three Internet research tips to make every search a success.
Using STEM teaching tools in your classroom can benefit your students. Here are a few ideas on how to get your class interested in this growing field.
Here are some top ed tech trends for 2017 and what they can mean for your classroom.
Use these five Presidents' Day projects to introduce your class to the men who once held our nation's highest office.
Encouraging students to read becomes much easier when you have the right books. Here's some advice from one successful high school teacher.
Celebrating student birthdays is supposed to be fun. And with clear guidelines as to how, when, and what, everyone will feel equally loved.
Engaging students during the long, dark winter months can be particularly challenging for teachers. Here are two concrete strategies to keep them awake.
Here are some ways to use technology in classrooms to make learning fun for your students‰ÛÓand engaging for you as an educator.
A standardized curriculum doesn't have to be a roadblock to putting together creative lesson plans. Here's how to use it as a road map instead.