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Darwin Day

3 Ways to Celebrate International Darwin Day

Celebrate Darwin Day in your STEM classroom this month through fun activities, events, and advocacy with your students. Before even taking their first biology class, it is safe to say […]

student portfolios

Out-of-the-Box Assessment with Student Portfolios

Make assessment meaningful to your students with the use of student portfolios instead of relying only on summative grades in your classroom. What comes to mind when you hear about […]

classroom technology

New Classroom Technology for the New Year

Many teachers are wary of trying new classroom technology, but there are some options available that can make formative assessment more meaningful and accessible. It is rare to go an […]

apps for teachers

Keep Your Classroom Running Smoothly with Apps for Teachers

Check out these for apps for teachers to monitor your students’ performance, communicate with parents, and much more! The start of a new school year is a great time to […]

open house

5 Tips for Having an Outstanding Open House

Open houses tend to be informative, but are often dry and a bit monotonous. Engage parents by shaking up this year’s open house! For both parents and teachers, open house […]

open house

Improving Parent Communication

Learn how to start the new school year off on the right foot with strong parent communication! With the ever-growing population of helicopter parents, having effective parent communication is something […]

blended learning

A Guide to Blended Learning

How to implement blended learning strategies using trusted teaching approaches and digital learning tools Do you have some students who are falling behind in class? Or on the other hand, do […]

STEM collaboration

Making Connections with STEM Collaboration

STEM collaboration can allow you to be a better teacher and enhance learning experiences for your students. Collaboration is an essential 21st century skill that we encourage in our STEM […]

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