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Understanding the Pros and Cons of Integrated Studies

Integrated studies is one of those buzzy terms in education, but many teachers are confused about what it actually means and how it works. Using lessons in one subject to […]

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Promote Problem Solving with Challenge-Based Learning

The world is small, but its problems are big and students can take the lead to solve them through challenge-based learning in your classroom. Many new approaches to teaching have become more […]

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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 […]

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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 […]


5 Ways to Declutter for the New Year

Already botched your resolution for the new year? Take a pledge to declutter in some powerful, non-traditional ways. No matter how much you clean up before summer break each year, your […]

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6 Steps to Teacher Self-Assessment

Looking forward to 2018? Teacher self-assessment starts with a look back at what you’ve done and then forward at the goals you hope to reach in the future. You might […]


Viewing Class Differently: 5 Reasons for Recording Lessons

Looking for a new way to reflect upon and improve your teaching? Learn more from your own classes by recording lessons! Receiving feedback from administrators, parents, and peers is extremely […]

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Make Time for These 5 STEM Teacher Conferences in 2018

We know opportunities for teachers to travel are limited, so we picked five of our favorite STEM teacher conferences happening in 2018! Attending conferences is a great professional development experience that […]

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