3 Ways To Sharpen Teaching Methods Using Video

In a teaching methods course, you cover a lot of material. With so much to go over, it can be difficult to squeeze in enough […]

Why Classroom Routines Are Important

Routines are an important way to establish norms, set expectations, and otherwise build positive relationships in the classroom environment (and the workplace). They help everyone […]

Hard-Earned Recognition for the Pre-K Classroom with Tabatha Rosproy

It’s no secret that in the United States, early childhood education receives far less government funding and public attention than K-12. So today we’re interviewing […]

AppVent Calendar Day Five – NetSupport School

Welcome to this, the fifth day on the #Appvent calendar. Today’s entry is none other than NetSupport School! NetSupport School, for me, is the perfect […]

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 […]

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