The Power of Post-It Note Teaching

As teachers, we all have Post-It notes in our desk drawers. If we are lucky, we have different sizes and colors. Typically we use them […]

Instructional Strategies That Work from the Research-Based Teaching and Learning Conference

When it comes to professional learning for educators, it’s vital to find training that not only meets your requirements, but also equips you with useful […]

Summer Reading Suggestions for Educators

You probably don’t need to be reminded of the power of reading. It is, of course, a strong way to learn as well as a […]

Free Virtual Reality Resources in YouTube

Virtual reality is becoming more useful and relevant in education today as the technology becomes easier to use. A lot of VR, however, can be […]

How to Learn about Other Countries with YouTube

Over the years, YouTube, the world’s most popular video-sharing site, has become a hub for more than just prank videos or cuddly creatures. Nowadays, there’s […]

Exploring Assessment: Two Tools for Educators

Many of us are on always on the hunt for quiz game tools that can make assessment easier and more enjoyable. Others may be looking […]

Why Getting Sleep Is Important for Everyone

As a teacher, you’re probably well aware that you can’t control everything that your students do outside of the classroom. If you’ve had to shift […]

Digital Resources for Juneteenth Day

Saturday, June 19th, is Juneteenth Day, a commemoration of the freeing of slaves in the United States. Signed into law in 2021 and first observed […]

Focusing on Self Care for Educators

The ability to stay poised, focused, and positive while also being relaxed and flexible is one of the top challenges of being an educator. And, […]

2,000+ Lesson Plan Templates and Ideas for K12

One of the things I enjoy doing most in my job is hunting for treasures that educators can use. These need to be ready-made, easy-to-use, […]

Strategies for Classroom Discussion

Capturing what a student has learned in a lesson can be powerful indicator of success. When students know how to engage in effective classroom discussions, […]

Outdoor Summer Activities for Teachers and Students

Summer is a natural (if you’ll excuse the pun) time to get outdoors, reconnect with nature, get exercise, or, of course, learn more about the […]

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