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The resources to thrive—and the laughs to survive—as an educator.
Ignite your students’ creativity these last days of school.
Use these ideas when science class starts to drag.
One of these fun activities will help you fill post-testing time gaps.
Use this free activity to celebrate the day when everyone is Irish.
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.
You can actually teach kids empathy throughout all of your curriculum subjects.
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.
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.
Education in Finland focuses on bringing joy to the classroom, so why not incorporate some of those strategies into your own class?
The holidays and cold weather are here. These winter-themed STEM activities can help keep your students motivated.
Take control of the classroom as a substitute with these three strategies.
Keep your classroom clean, and your students healthy, by killing germs where they accumulate.
A fun, printable poster for your classroom featuring bully defense strategies.
Encouraging students to participate can be tough if they're shy or introverted. These tips can help you get them to speak up and feel comfortable.
If you're looking for stellar material to supplement your curriculum, check out these 10 free resources for teachers.
Here are five active listening techniques you can use in your classroom to encourage this important skill.
Follow this four-step strategy to encourage participation from students in your 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.
Use this back-to-school checklist to prepare yourself for the upcoming school year.
Check out these three techniques for incorporating more formative assessments into your curriculum.
Learning how to organize your classroom can help you earn back precious time, energy, and job satisfaction.
When it comes to practice vs. planning, which is the more effective way for students to learn? And how does pottery relate? Read on to find out.
Modern technology presents a plethora of digital tools for the classroom, and teachers must figure out how to use them.
The KonMari method, created by Marie Kondo, is a great way to help even the most unorganized teacher maintain a clutter-free classroom.
A student working on a Mother's Day card
In order to encourage more girls in STEM fields, consider trying these three strategies in your classroom.
Going digital improved a popular but dated school project in this teacher's classroom.
These Valentine's Day ideas for teachers are sure to make your classroom a fun-filled place on February 14.
Are you on the fence about whether science notebooks would work for your class? Learn about their benefits and how to best implement them.
Making ends meet on a teacher salary can be a challenge. What are some options for supplementing your income?
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.
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.
Revitalize boring writing assignments with a curriculum based on The Walking Dead TV series.
Don't miss out on these great ed tech offerings!
Check out five teacher tools and classroom management tips to ensure increased productivity.
Here are three tips on how you can effectively use parent volunteers to have more support in and out of the classroom.
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.
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.
Research shows that successful charter schools focus on high expectations and high support. Should traditional schools look to do the same?
Teachers can gain useful productivity insights from Charles Duhigg's book, Smarter Faster Better.
For this teacher, updated school resources led to improved student collaboration and research skills.
A technology budget plan requires careful thought, so teachers must be prepared to present a solid case when making requests. Here are some tips.
Here, a couple educators discuss their strategies for making the most of teaching after AP tests.
Studying for finals doesn't have to be stressful. Use some of these teacher-approved online tools to get your class ready for their tests.
As summer approaches, it can be a challenge to keep students engaged.
Thinking about getting a smart board for your classroom? Check out our overview/review first.
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.
How well do your students communicate in class? Try using the Think-Pair-Share strategy to engage students in effective discussions.
Here are a few homeroom ideas to help you plan a better advisory period that supports students and builds camaraderie.
As educators, we know that all students have different learning styles. Here are three tips to help ensure you include everyone in the learning process.
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.
How can you prepare yourself and your students for the return back to school after vacation? Follow these tips for a stress-free return to the classroom.
Working diligently with gifted and talented students in the regular classroom can be challenging, but it's well worth the results.
Students from underserved communities explore robotics and programming.
Thank goodness these teaching strategies are a thing of the past.