Visit Museums for FREE on September 17!

Museum Day is on September 17, 2022. Discover how you can visit a museum either in person or virtually– for FREE! The post Visit Museums […]

The Best YouTube Channels for Teachers

Looking for quality YouTube channels on a variety of topics and subjects? Here's a quick list of top channels for educators! The post The Best […]

30 Recommended Podcasts for Educators

Need a boost to keep you excited about teaching and learning? Want to learn something by listening to other educators? Try these podcasts. The post […]

Three Empowering Activities for Summarization

Explore three digital versions of summarization activities you can adapt for use with your students, or for professional development. The post Three Empowering Activities for […]

Seven Online Timers to Try in Your Classroom

Having a good digital timer is essential in today's classrooms. Check out these timers with fun and unique features. The post Seven Online Timers to […]

Three Editable Back To School Activities For Language Development

Here are three back to school activities (and extra ideas!) to get early learners and language learners exploring their classroom and school. The post Three […]

Nonlinguistic Representation: A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words

What is nonlinguistic representation? Learn how you can use nonlinguistic strategies to help students learn without a focus on words. The post Nonlinguistic Representation: A […]

Building Number Sense with Fractions

How do we teach math to help students become problem solvers who can explain their thinking? Let's take a look at decomposing fractions. The post […]

Three Ideas for Retrieval Practice

Retrieval practice helps students identify what they know about a given concept. Learn how to incorporate this strategy into your classroom. The post Three Ideas […]

Self-Paced Lessons Set Students Up For Success

What happens when you don’t feel confident in your abilities to complete a task? Procrastination? Anxiety? Low self-esteem? That nervous feeling in your gut? Every […]

Strategies for Supporting Working Memory

Working memory lets us store and use information over short periods of time. How can we support students' working memory? Let's take a look. The […]

Gift Ideas for Teacher Appreciation Week (May 2-6)

It's almost time for Teacher Appreciation Week! How will you say thanks to your incredible team this year? Let's take a look at some ideas. […]

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