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Developing 21st Century Skills: Leadership

We all want our students to be leaders, but just like any other skill, leadership must be taught and practiced regularly in the 21st century classroom. Some kids are natural […]

math books for middle school

5 Great Math Books for Middle School Students

Answering the question “When will I ever use this?” is much easier when math books for middle school students are great reads that show mathematics in the real world. Ten […]

Khan Academy

Khan Academy: Free Supplemental Learning

Watching YouTube to learn calculus or get help with the SAT may seem a very unlikely approach to education, but Khan Academy allows millions of students to do just that. […]

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5 Strategies for Difficult Conversations with Parents

Finding the right words and setting the right tone can make difficult conversations with parents constructive and allow you, the parents, and the student to benefit. When a student’s behavior, […]

self-efficacy

6 Ways to Promote Self-Efficacy

Believing in yourself and your ability to succeed is self-efficacy, and nurturing it in your students will make them more successful in their lives. Research done in this field demonstrated […]

crisis team

Does Your School Have a Crisis Team?

There are many situations which demand the response of a crisis team to support students and school staff members, but many schools are unprepared. A crisis team is a a […]

tax reform

Impact of the Tax Reform on Teachers

The Senate and House of Representatives had different proposals for the 2018 tax reform bill, but just what does the new tax legislation mean for teachers? There was a lot […]

inspirational quotes

16 Inspirational Quotes to Share with Your Students

Teachers are a source of inspiration for students, so it’s no wonder they are always looking for fresh, relevant inspirational quotes to share in their classes. Some inspirational quotes have […]

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