5 Steps for Effective Home Visits

No longer reserved for home-schooled or troubled students, home visits are a great way to bridge the gap between parents and educators. Increasingly, the role of parent engagement in a […]

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Combating the Great Teacher Shortage

Skilled teachers are leaving the profession and fewer graduates are entering teaching, leading to a national teacher shortage. Across the United States, the teacher shortage is increasing with each new […]

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Best STEM Gifts for Your Teacher Wish List

‘Tis the season for teacher presents and the STEM gifts holiday wish list for educators has gone way beyond gift cards and mugs in 2016. Aside from the rewarding experience of […]

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Getting Involved in Computer Science Education Week

Computer Science Education Week is here! Find out how you can get your students involved through the Hour of Code and become an advocate for computer science education. Computer Science […]

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What a Trump Presidency Could Mean for Education

The reality of a Trump presidency has elicited a wide number of responses from people across the political spectrum — and within education. Donald Trump ran what was arguably one […]

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7 Tips for Mentoring a Student Teacher

Mentoring a student teacher is an incredible investment in the future of teaching. Make sure you both get as much out of the experience as possible. The student teacher experience […]

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5 Tips for Teaching Extroverts

Every classroom has a mix of introverts and extroverts. We often think of introverts as being more challenging to teach because they seem less engaged, but teaching extroverts requires intentional […]

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The Surprising Duties of School Resource Officers

School resource officers are becoming more common throughout the United States – and are much more than just police in the hallways at school. Although law and order are an […]

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