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When I first became a teacher my thought was, “I can’t wait to decorate my classroom!” Fast forward 3 years later and I no longer have my own classroom, but . . . read more
It happens to all teachers who like to incorporate the holidays into arts and crafts projects or writing assignments. How do you handle the student that doesn’t celeb . . . read more
November is the perfect time to teach your students about being grateful; however, gratefulness is a topic that can and should be taught year round. In this blog, I am . . . read more
I have always been a huge fan of Really Good Stuff, but when I heard they were coming out with Really Good Stuff Digital Learning Collection, I could not . . . read more
As an educator, you have probably had experiences with instructional coaches. Whether those experiences are positive or negative, the truth behind coaching is not what yo . . . read more
Introduction Students with disabilities need to be treated with respect and care. Each student is unique and it’s important to meet their individual needs in the classr . . . read more
We are or know those teachers who can’t “celebrate” Halloween in their school. Well, let us help you with some ideas for how to add a curriculum spin to give . . . read more
So, the time has come. You are back to work. Summer days are behind you, and lists of things to do lie ahead. How do you prevent an early year . . . read more
Did you know? According to the article, Parent Involvement and Student Academic Performance: A Multiple Mediational Analysis, “. . . increased parent involvement, def . . . read more
Figuring out what to wear each day can be a chore. Buying a few key pieces can help make outfit decisions easier and can help you dress for teaching success: . . . read more
Routines are the backbone of daily classroom life. They facilitate teaching and learning. Rules and routines keep your class running smoothly so that students have time t . . . read more
There are so many things at the top of the teacher’s list when the new school year begins. What kind of schedule will I have? How will the students’ behavior . . . read more
Summer is on the way, but that doesn’t mean that teachers actually take a break. Mentally, we are always on and thinking about our classrooms and students. But we, . . . read more
Those who are familiar with technology labs know that they are much different than a normal classroom. Creating routines and procedures vary based on how the lab is set . . . read more
How we can continue to promote speech and language skills while off for the summer months? Whether your child receives speech services or not they can all benefit from . . . read more
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