Teaching Strategies for Middle School Development
Friday, February 21, 2020

No one is really all that crazy about the middle school years. They befuddle or trouble parents and educators – even brain scientists to a degree -- and especially the kids going through it. Increasingly, however, researchers say it is probably the most important stage of our development, and it ... .. read more..

Classroom Management for Angry Parents
Thursday, February 20, 2020

Dealing with angry parents can feel like an uphill battle. Your job as a teacher is to educate children, yet you’re sitting in a classroom feeling like a punching bag as parents let loose on you. You’re probably thinking that these kinds of outbursts are not what you up signed for and frankly, yo... .. read more..

Interdisciplinary Learning as a Classroom Management Method
Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Interdisciplinary learning raises the bar by making connections. .. read more..

Dealing with Frustration in the Teaching Profession
Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Frustration in the teaching profession is something that many educators go through at some point or another. It’s perfectly normal to feel frustrated when things aren’t going the way that you had hoped, or when someone isn’t behaving the way that you would like them to. .. read more..

How to Integrate STEM into Your Curriculum
Saturday, February 15, 2020

STEM education is at the forefront of education, and as teachers it’s our job to ensure our students are getting and gaining the knowledge they need in order to have a successful future. STEM, otherwise known as science, technology, engineering, and math, is an essential component of 21st century... .. read more..

School Safety Steps
Friday, February 14, 2020

It’s more than cameras and locked doors – it's about behavior. .. read more..

Fitness Tips for Busy Days in the Teaching Profession
Thursday, February 13, 2020

Finding time for fitness when you’re working all day long in the teaching profession and have to come home to a family can prove to be quite difficult. .. read more..

Classroom Management: The Importance of SEL
Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Life is much simpler when you -- as a parent or teacher -- can point to one solution for a problem, solve it, and everything is golden. Success in school was like that when grades were the barometer and studying harder was the tool. Now, we know academic achievement is much more complicated. .. read more..

5 Healthy Habits for the Teaching Profession
Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Healthy habits are not always easy to come by, but as you know, healthy teachers make happy teachers. If you want to be a healthy, happy, energetic member of the teaching profession , then you must maintain a few habits. .. read more..

Classroom Activities: 5 Sponge Ideas to Keep Students Busy
Saturday, February 8, 2020

No matter how far in advance you’ve planned your day, there will be times when you will have a few minutes to spare or an unexpected gap in your schedule. Instead of panicking and letting your students get out of control, you’ll need some “Sponge” activities to have in your back pocket. .. read more..

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