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- Children of all ages love a good board game. Read how this teacher created her own version of Balderdash to practice writing, summarizing and previewing books.
- Here’s a no-cost way to decorate your bulletin boards with colorful borders. Use it the next time you visit your local hardware store!
- Are you tired of collecting papers with no names and spending valuable time trying match papers and students? Ms. Dobosz has a quick and easy solution that highlights that problem.
- Having trouble getting students to quiet down quickly and focus when you transition to a new activity? Ms. Ortiz shares an entertaining and effective strategy – and students will love singing along with you!
- By Cindy Long Ah, the holidays. ’Tis the season to gather round the hearth, feast on turkey and pie, and enjoy the company and conversation of loved ones we see but a few times a year. And thank goodness for that! You love them dearly, but it’s exhausting fielding all those annoying questions about [...]
- The three million members of the National Education Association stand with the people of South Africa and the world to mourn the passing of Nelson Mandela as a champion of human rights worldwide. Mandela began as a freedom fighter within a national movement and became an international icon for human rights and peace everywhere. He [...]
- From the Common Core to sequestration to school closings to the backlash over standardized testing, 2013 saw education at the forefront of public debate in 2013. The Atlantic’s Alexander Russo takes a look at what made stories made the biggest headlines. Source: The Atlantic Related posts: Educator Stories: How Job Cuts are Affecting Students Here [...]