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A Personalized Approach to Reach the Whole Child

Great teachers work with all the strengths and weaknesses of their students to develop the whole child. Through approaching education with more personalized tactics, teachers can transform kids from disruptive […]

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The Alarming Trend of Digital Self-Harm

You’ve heard of self-mutilation. But now students are facing themselves as dangerous sources of bullying through digital self-harm. As the days without social media and WiFi become a more distant […]

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10 Transformative Practices to Combat Teacher Fatigue

You’ve made it to December, but it might feel like the rest of the year is hanging over you. Develop techniques to avoid midyear teacher fatigue and end-of-the-year burnout. Though […]

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Make Minecraft a Priority During This Week’s Hour of Code

Focus on coding for all students with Microsoft’s latest version of Minecraft during Computer Science Education Week 2017. This year’s Computer Science Education Week is upon us and, as many […]

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5 Methods to Assess Student-Centered Learning

Figuring out how to effectively assess student-centered learning is crucial to teaching as this research-based approach enters mainstream education. Implementing student-centered learning is no longer difficult for teachers to justify, […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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