Common Causes of School Stress For Students

We already know many students—from elementary school to high school—experience stress at school. The question parents should be asking themselves is “why?”. Knowing what is […]

Meet our Middle School Megabytes

Are you a current FLVS Megabyte? Or looking to join our incredible middle school family at FLVS Full Time? As our FLVS Full Time students […]

FLUXX MOD Project - Board Games in the Classroom

Although I am not affiliated with FLUXX® (or Looney Labs) in any way, I think that FLUXX® is a great game that everyone should own. We […]

11 Ways To Improve Your Child’s Memory Power

Memory is an important part of building a solid foundation for learning, both in the classroom and beyond. Having a great memory can help your […]

Why Do Students Procrastinate?

You just found out that your child has big project… and it’s due tomorrow! Why do students put off a big project until the last […]

FLVS Corkboard: June Highlights

Hey students and parents—Summer’s in full swing and we have some sun-sational tidbits to share! But first, a few reminders… Mark your calendar for the […]

How To Be More Organized In Middle School (for Students & Parents)

Middle school is an important transition to high school. In middle school, students develop organization and study habits that will follow them throughout their lives. […]

My students are taking ownership of the NGSS - Part 2: The Crosscutting Concepts

In a previous post, I talked about how my students have taken ownership of the Science and Engineering Practices by identifying the practices and making […]

Teach students to "Take Over the World"

It all started as a bit of a classroom joke. As most days, students entered and at least one asked "So, what are we doing […]

Appsmash: Google cardboard +Tinkercad+Sketchfab

I am going to be totally honest here. When I first heard about Google Cardboard I figured that this was not for me. What could […]

StunConference - A Student Led Unconference

If you are an educator you have probably have heard of un-conferences. Maybe you have even attended a couple. You might have even toyed with […]

Simulations and the Gamified Classroom

The use of simulations in the classroom is a long-standing tradition. How else could we provide students with high end experiential learning, when our students […]

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