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sustainability activities

Connect with Students Through Sustainability Activities

Plan sustainability activities with middle and high school students to encourage efficient, eco-friendly innovation while boosting engagement. Teaching students to respect the environment is an excellent way to explore careers in […]

teacher wish list

5 Ways to Successfully Craft a Holiday Teacher Wish List

With a bit of planning, communication, and creativity, you can have your teacher wish list dreams fulfilled this holiday season. During the holiday season, teachers often receive many versions of […]

PLCs

The ABCs of Effective PLCs

Professional Learning Communities, or PLCs, can be extremely beneficial for teachers, but only if they are organized and focused. Joining a network of educators to brainstorm might seem helpful in […]

dreamers

The Future of Dreamers in Our Schools

Though the debate surrounding repealing DACA continues in Washington, teachers must think about the dreamers in their schools now. One of the most polarizing political topics in the United States surrounds […]

school accountability

A New Era of School Accountability

Greater scrutiny under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) is creating a new form of school accountability at the local and state level. Discussions surrounding student achievement aren’t complete without […]

standardized testing

4 Ways to Change the Game in Standardized Testing Preparation

Break the mold on standardized testing methods and prepare students for their big exams without wasting a single moment teaching to the test. Though it is still many months away, […]

community involvement

5 Steps to Greater Community Involvement in Education

Just as it takes a village to raise a child, it truly takes community involvement to help educate every student and keep the community strong. Though teachers are often viewed […]

media literacy

The Importance of Media Literacy for Our Students

Incorporating concepts in media literacy while teaching subject content allows teachers to prepare students for new career paths. In the past, students were taught the basic academic subjects: reading, writing, arithmetic, […]

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