The 3 Parent-Teacher Discussions That Can Benefit Children the Most

Nothing changes you like perspective. As young teachers, we often do so many things wrong. As parents, we also do things wrong. Each has a different perspective and a different role to play. With that in mind, what are the most crucial...
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How to Use Formative Check-Ins to Quickly Assess Understanding

Formative assessment has the advantage of being a quick and easy way to measure understanding, depending on how you want to use it. In the past we've written a lot about using fast and fun formative activities for monitoring your learners' understanding....
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10 Things That Will Help You With Teaching Difficult Students

Difficult students come in all shapes and sizes, ages, cultures, and demographics. However, they all share one thing in that they're hard to reach. Whether it be a learning disability, hardship, or trauma, they require extra effort and attention. But the...
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10 Innovative Project Concepts for Learning STEM Subjects

Teaching STEM concepts can be a tricky process. You want to make these subjects engaging and accessible for the students to understand. That’s the goal anyway, but coming up with actual projects that excite them can be another story. It takes imagination...

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The 8 Best Ways to Practice Next-Generation Teaching

What are the defining characteristics of next-generation teaching? What does it look like in practice? How best can we make the shift to this style of instruction for the benefit of our learners, ourselves, and the whole of education? Educator and author...

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8 Ways to Make Sure You’re Keeping Learners Engaged

A productive school year happens when teachers employ competent planning and effective classroom management techniques. In doing so, they create the classroom environs in which students thrive. How can we ensure we're keeping learners engaged...

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