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You body language as a teacher can impact your students' learning, and their body language is a window into their mood.

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Consider yourself a funny teacher? See how many of your best teacher jokes fall into these categories.

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Teacher frustration has many outlets, including venting. What are some healthy ways to vent and deal with your frustration?

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Stress management for teachers takes many forms. To help you combat holiday season stress, here are five simple tricks that can be done at school.

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Use these tips to wrap things up before the long Thanksgiving weekend.

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Celebrate the spooky season with these simple Halloween lesson plans that incorporate pumpkins and witches into math and writing activities.

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Tired of your lesson plan getting derailed by outside distractions? Here are five tricks you can use to get everything back on track.

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Teachers want students to learn for learning's sake, not because they've been promised a reward. Here's how to instill intrinsic motivation in students.

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A teacher's job is to create a learning environment where all students feel safe. Here's how you can make LGBTQ students feel welcome in your classroom.

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Teachers who respect and appreciate their students get respect and appreciation in return. Here's what you need to know about respect in the classroom.

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There's no bigger classroom distraction than a student using a phone. Teachers need practical strategies for dealing with cell phones in school.

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An effective social-emotional learning curriculum helps students see that behavioral changes can lead to success in the classroom.

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It can be hard to know the best way to stay in touch with students once they've moved beyond our classrooms. Here are five tips to help you stay connected.

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This is a tough time of the year for high school seniors. College application stress can take over, and here's what you can do to help.

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Use these three Earth Day activities to teach your students how to be environmental problem solvers and create positive change.

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Are you preparing your students for state standardized testing as best as possible? Here are four tips to help them succeed.

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Losing your patience as a teacher shouldn't make you feel guilty999. Here are some tips to help you cope and respond appropriately.

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To stop bullying, teachers need to empower students to govern themselves and foster a sense of community in the classroom. Here are three tips.

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Educational videos can increase student motivation in the classroom

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Learn about a great resource for teachers, parents, and students to understand the important relationship between teenagers and sleep.

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You can help your students with SAT and ACT test prep by pointing them to good, free resources and building their test-taking confidence.

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Chad Boender's inspiration to be a teacher stems from his love of, and passion for, teaching today's youth to be lifelong learners.

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Classroom videos are a great way to keep students engaged. Here are five great ones to check out, plus some advice on how to use them to your benefit.

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Teaching diversity is essential in today's world. Here are four activities to help you celebrate diversity during Black History Month.

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Learn some fun facts about the interesting characters who have served as president.

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A parent-teacher meeting doesn't need to be stressful. These eight powerful tips will help you make sure yours are meaningful and effective.

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I learned very early the phrases to avoid with students, and I understood even at a young age that teacher comments could be devastating or empowering.