five tips to reach busy parents

Five Tips To Reach Busy Parents

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The most common complaint that educators have when it comes to communicating with families is that parents often ignore information supplied by educators, especially...

A Visit to a Motivated Classroom

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In this clip, consider how teacher Marilyn Garber uses a combination of student-directed and teacher-directed strategies to develop a partnership of learning in her...
The Summer Recharge Checklist

The Summer Recharge Checklist

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The end of the year checklists are marked off, exams are done, the final bell has rung and summer has begun. Most summers have...

Creating Spaces for Families: Exploring Digital Learning Communities

It was a Saturday morning in October, days after a five-legged friend flew into our kindergarten class and inspired us to start a bug...
True Tales from Pre-K Land

True Tales from Pre-K Land

I work in the land of little people when it comes to education.  Moving from a middle school principal down to the elementary level...
13 Resources on Gamifying Learning

13 Resources on Gamifying Learning

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Gamifying lessons or adding game-based learning activities create student choice opportunities to do additional skill tasks, readings, and experiments. Learn how to add gaming...

Make your Next Summarization Activity Interactive, Artistic, Kinesthetic

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Summarization is one of the most effective teaching strategies, but if it isn’t part of your classroom instruction, you’re not alone. If you’re...
Helping teachers learn to take time for themselves

B.R.E.A.T.H.E. to Prevent Burnout

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Teachers pour their hearts and souls into what they do every single day.   They go above and beyond for their students, always searching for new...
Success for All Students

Navigating Success for All Students Begins with a Map

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In first period science, students compare and contrast transparent, translucent, and opaque. At the bell, they proceed to language arts where someone just killed...

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