Modern Classrooms Project: How to Launch a Modern Classroom

Discover the Modern Classrooms Project (MCP) and learn about an adaptable blended, self-paced, mastery-based instructional model. The post Modern Classrooms Project: How to Launch a […]

TCEA Responds: Science Denial, Flat Earth, and the Power of Questioning

What is science denial? Why does it exist? How can we combat it? Here are some questioning strategies to encourage scientific thinking. The post TCEA […]

The Benefits of Using Pear Deck in the Classroom

Heard of Pear Deck? Learn how to use this tool to make lessons more interactive, practice for the STAAR test, and check for understanding. The […]

Three Strategies to Align Teaching and Technology

Want digital tools to align with instructional strategies and positive learning outcomes? Here are three ways to align teaching and tech. The post Three Strategies […]

The Latest Research on Teaching and Learning

Looking for the latest in educational research? Let's explore some studies on cell phones, stress relief, and the best way to group students. The post […]

Two Brand New Winter Breakouts and a Bonus Puzzle

Two winter breakouts and one winter-themed syllacrostic puzzle – all ready for you to use right now. Get ready for some fun! The post Two […]

Wonderful Winter-Themed Activities for All Ages

Freeze a bubble, make pixel art in Google, and explore probability with dreidels! Looking for winter activities for any grade level? Look no further. The […]

Interactive Digital Notebooks: Examples, Tips, and Templates!

Explore examples and templates to see how interactive digital notebooks can improve organization, accessibility, and more in any classroom! The post Interactive Digital Notebooks: Examples, […]

Shifting from Deficit Thinking to Asset-Based Feedback

Explore deficit thinking, negativity bias, and asset-based feedback to make sure students' needs are connected to their strengths and assets. The post Shifting from Deficit […]

Five Strategies for Equitable Lesson Plans

We strive for equity in the classroom, but how exactly do we plan equitable lessons? Check out five strategies and a lesson planning template! The […]

Five Tips for Using Nonlinguistic Representations

Nonlinguistic representation is a powerful teaching strategy. Learn tips on how to incorporate it into your classroom. The post Five Tips for Using Nonlinguistic Representations […]

Four Ways to Show Your Teacher You’re Paying Attention in Class

Wanting to work with students to increase engagement? Have a class discussion about ways to show you're paying attention! The post Four Ways to Show […]

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