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Free Tools for Teachers: Google Science Journal

Incorporate the Google Science Journal to flex students’ STEM skills wherever they’re using this free app that brings a science laboratory into their hands. The Google Science Journal app enables […]

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3 Steps to a Standards-Driven Classroom

To have a truly standards-driven classroom, teachers need to do more than think about the standards when planning their lessons and experiences for students. Most school curricula are aligned to […]

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3 Types of Safety Devices for Your Classroom

Gun violence in U.S. schools has become more common, making school safety devices increasingly important for faculty, administrators, students, and parents. According to Ballotpedia, there have been 192 U.S. school […]

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Are These Types of Bias Affecting Your Classroom?

That unfair, and sometimes not even recognized, prejudice against someone or something can be displayed by teachers and students through different types of bias. Two general types of bias are […]

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5 Ways to Improve Working Memory

Working memory is an important function of the brain that allows students to take in and retain information being given to them while they do work based on that information. […]

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Reverse Planning: Putting Outcomes First

Determining exactly what you wish to accomplish in a lesson, and then planning how to reach that goal is the strategy behind reverse planning. You may not realize it, but […]

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The 7 Types of Teachers You Meet (Which One Are You?)

Whether you’ve taught for a long time or are new to the profession, the types of teachers you meet in the faculty lounge could be your material for open mike […]

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5 Learning Activities for the End of the School Year

The end of the school year is in sight, which means students’ attention is waning and teachers are tempted to throw in a movie. Instead, learn through the last minute […]

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