3 Classroom Management Techniques You Need to Adopt

Every teacher wants their students to succeed. And success begins with a well-managed classroom.  According to the American Psychological Association, effective classroom management techniques promote […]

10 Reasons Today’s Students NEED Technology in the Classroom

Nowadays, a classroom looks progressively like an IT engineer’s open space office, with understudies outfitted with workstations, tablets, and cell phones. They could be going […]

Add a Little Pizazz…

When using a Google Doc Table as a graphic organizer add some pizazz to jumpstart the thinking process. It may help a child or adult […]

My 3 Student Expectations This Year For My Digital Heroes and a Free Handout!

I recently finished two weeks of intense teacher training. I enjoyed what my district coach had to say when it came to classroom rules. She […]

May the 4th Be With You! 20+ Ideas for Teaching and Learning with the Force

“The force is strong with this one.” – Darth Vader May 4th is Star Wars day and what better time to teach and learn with the […]

After Parkland- Helping Traumatized Children

Traumatic events can cause severe disruption to students’ ability to have a normal school experience. In her article for ASCD, Kristine Souers writes that trauma is […]

Classroom Management and Parent Engagement: 8 #EduGoalsMOOC Resources

Today, the Goal-Minded Teacher (#EduGoalsMOOC) free open online course Twitter chat took place about the topics, Classroom Management and Parent Engagement. We invited two incredible leaders […]

Translate w/Ease TY @Google

We live in a global society where people are collaborating and conversing more than ever. Thanks to the “Internet World of Things” people may find […]

How to Become Involved in School Construction and Management

If you’re passionate about education, you might be thinking about founding your own school or educational institution, or you may be wondering about the initial […]

Linking Reading Log to Spreadsheet

Recently one of my blog readers requested a tutorial about linking a Google Forms Reading Log to a Spreadsheet. They explained they are a new […]

5 Prolific Myths on Managing a Classroom

Students are the best part of a teaching career. But sometimes they can also be the most challenging part. As teachers prepare for a new […]

Just pause.

I was a mess as a soccer coach. I hadn’t played soccer myself since middle school. (Of course, in a small community where few people […]

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