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movement and learning

The Connection Between Movement and Learning

Movement and learning go hand in hand. Get the wiggles out and help students learn better by incorporating movement into your lesson plans. Sitting still in a classroom all day […]

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10 Teacher Resolutions for 2017

This year, make resolutions you’ll actually want to keep. Check out our top ten teacher resolutions, complete with resources to keep you accountable. It’s that time of year again! We […]

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5 Things that Are Better than Showing a Movie in Class

While it might be tempting to turn on the TV and call it a day around holidays or testing time, there are lots of things you can do that are […]

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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 […]

teaching extroverts

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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4 Ways to Give Better Student Praise

Student praise can be tricky to navigate, but when done well, can make a significant impact in your classroom. We all want to encourage our students and praise them when […]

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5 Tips for Engaging Introverts in Your Classroom

Engaging introverts is a struggle in many classrooms, but these students have so much to offer their teachers, peers, and themselves. In her TED talk on the power of introverts, […]

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