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Follow the tried and true teaching techniques of someone who has been there, done that.
When I was a new teacher, I got a lot of practical teaching tips from veteran colleagues.
Holding your breath generally works better for hiccups than it does for anger management.
Music in the classroom helps some students concentrate, but may be distracting for others.
Expose your students to different countries and cultures with these simple and fun activities.
Feeling all of the holiday feels.
For teachers holiday cheer can quickly turn into stress overload.
This really could be you in a couple of days with these pre-break ideas.
Avoid the pre-break craziness in your classroom with these tips.
Keep your eye on getting well, not just pushing through your sick days.
Thanksgiving is for stuffing turkeys, not your schedule.
Nancy Barile, left, during her punk-rock era.
This teacher rocks her lesson plans with her students' favorite music.
You might never know how your opinion encouraged your student to choose a particular career path.
Just one suggestion can powerfully impact your students' futures.
Keep discussions at a low simmer during heated debates in your classroom.
Use one of these activities to show your students that math and writing isn't so scary afterall.
Embrace change when your lesson plans go sideways.
Expect the unexpected and use these tips to save your lesson plans.