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The resources to thrive—and the laughs to survive—as an educator.
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.
Take your teaching outside with these great tips for managing your students in a new, more distracting, location.
In order to encourage more girls in STEM fields, consider trying these three strategies in your classroom.
Here are a few homeroom ideas to help you plan a better advisory period that supports students and builds camaraderie.
Women scientists have been hidden, forgotten, or ignored for too long. Here are seven amazing women to introduce your students to during lessons.
These Valentine's Day ideas for teachers are sure to make your classroom a fun-filled place on February 14.
These five tips will help you streamline the creation of IEP goals in your classroom.
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.
Classroom routines that are small but mighty can help kids feel safe, comfortable, and able to focus on learning.
Share the spirit of the season with your students through these videos.
Follow this four-step strategy to encourage participation from students in your classroom.
How well do your students communicate in class? Try using the Think-Pair-Share strategy to engage students in effective discussions.
Here are five active listening techniques you can use in your classroom to encourage this important skill.
Education in Finland focuses on bringing joy to the classroom, so why not incorporate some of those strategies into your own class?
Individualized instruction can help you meet the needs of every student. Here are four tips to focus on individual learning needs.
Here's what educators can expect from their students (and their families) after the previous pandemic school year.
Start this list now for a stress-free first day at school.
One of the many challenges teachers face is dealing with all of the paper. Learn how to organize paperwork with these three tips.
It's not easy trying to keep up with the latest trends in education. Here are a few ways you can stay up-to-date with ed tech trends this summer.
Student teachers are facing many challenges during remote learning. Here are a few tips on how to overcome them.
iDialogue connects learners from around the world and helps to bridge gaps that separate cultures.
Gear up for holiday jobs now and manage any classroom.
These students know what actually works in the classroom.
These three free online tools can help you create fun, collaborative quizzes for students.
Diversity in the classroom teaches children to appreciate different perspectives which is a skill they will use the rest of their lives.
This is how you keep your students from consuming pencil fragments during testing time.
You can actually teach kids empathy throughout all of your curriculum subjects.
Engaging students during the long, dark winter months can be particularly challenging for teachers. Here are two concrete strategies to keep them awake.
Use this great poster in your classroom for National Bullying Prevention Month
This is your indispensable guide to set up your class FAST!
Use these ideas at home now, and in the classroom later.
Ignite your students’ creativity these last days of school.
Prepare them for the year-end spelling bee!
There’s still time to efficiently finish out the school year.
Use these reading strategies for both your challenged and successful readers.
These quick activities are going to give your students the energy boost they need.
These four effective and efficient classroom hacks will make your life as a teacher easier.
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.
Use these tips to help your students learn the value of group work.
Too many students can make teaching a challenge. Here are three tips for how to manage an overcrowded classroom.
How you set up your classroom can make a big difference in your students' success.
Becoming pen pals with international students is a great way for your class to learn to appreciate other cultures.
Check out these three techniques for incorporating more formative assessments into your curriculum.
Modern technology presents a plethora of digital tools for the classroom, and teachers must figure out how to use them.
These 10 questions will gauge your tech savviness as a teacher.
Differentiated learning is the key to helping struggling students reach the finish line. Here's what you need to know to put it to work.
Going digital improved a popular but dated school project in this teacher's 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.
Active learning centers can transform more than just the classroom.
Use this guide to create an unforgettable spy headquarters interactive classroom experience for your students.
These tips for substitute teachers help maximize those times when students are quietly engaged in work and don't need direct instruction.
Determine what your ELL students need based on their current ability.
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.
Here are three tips on how you can effectively use parent volunteers to have more support in and out of the classroom.
By tracking the sun, students will learn about the seasons and understand patterns, cause, and effect. Learn how to implement this activity in your class.
Learning management systems (LMS) can help teachers, students, and parents stay organized and on the same page. Here are the pros and cons you should know.
Classroom gamification is a hot trend and a fun way to encourage participation — as long as it's done right.
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.
Thinking about getting a smart board for your classroom? Check out our overview/review first.
These free, printable punch pass cards make it easy for teachers to track hall pass usage, homework, attendance, or anything else they choose!
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.
A simple reward system in the classroom can keep students engaged if it's used in the right way. Here's how it has worked for one teacher and her peers.
Celebrating student birthdays is supposed to be fun. And with clear guidelines as to how, when, and what, everyone will feel equally loved.
Here are some ways to use technology in classrooms to make learning fun for your students, and 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.