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January Resource Round-Up: Getting Organized and Setting Goals

As a teacher, you are constantly looking for ways to improve your skills and stay up-to-date on...

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Let's Talk About Story Problems

As long as I can remember, story problems, sometimes called word problems, have been the bane of my...

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December Resource Round-Up: Our Favorite Resources of 2022

As 2022 winds down, we're rounding up some of our favorite resources of the year. From literary...

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November Resource Round-Up: Literacy for Inspiring Young Readers & Writers

As teachers, we like to get cozy and curl up with a good book when the weather cools. With the...

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October Resource Round-Up: Effective Communication with Parents and Guardians

Before parent-teacher conferences start appearing on the calendar, lay the communication foundation...

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16 Books to Read During Hispanic Heritage Month

National Hispanic Heritage Month is September 15-October 15!

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5 Not-So-Secret Google Tools for Teachers

Originally Posted on  LearnersEdge.com by Marcee Harris  on May 21, 2019, and Revised on...
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September Resource Round-Up: Creating Connections in the Classroom

 Each school year is a chance for a fresh start! While it’s exciting to get to know all the new...

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August Resource Round-Up: Back-to-School

"School bell are ringing loud and clear; vacation is over, school is here."

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Substitute Teacher Staffing Shortage and a New Solution

There is a new education staffing crisis intensifying coast to coast, and it’s one with a massive...

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July Resource Round-Up: Celebrating Great Teachers

Every summer, we promise to take a moment for ourselves, after clearing out classrooms and saying...

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June Resource Round-Up: Tools for Rewarding Endings and Successful Beginnings!

As one school year winds down, we know another isn't far behind. Summer break allows us to take a...

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May Resource Round-Up: Mental Health & Mindfulness

More than ever, we need to talk about mental health. With teacher shortages, large class numbers,...

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Mindfulness to Calm, Focus, and Learn

Mindfulness is a health and well-being practice utilized by families from around the world.  Maybe...

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Five Ways to Thrive Through Adversity With Hope

A recent survey by the National Education Association (NEA) reveals that 55% of educators...

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Trends in Early Education You Need to Know

Early childhood education is undergoing somewhat of a rapid change and growth. Over the past few...

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Teaching Channel Talks 44: Teach Like a Champion 3.0

The wait is almost over! Teach Like a Champion 3.0, the long-awaited update to Doug Lemov’s guide...

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Teaching Channel Talks 43: How New Teachers Can Find Great Mentors

You don't have to spend your first year of teaching alone. Learn from Keely Keller and Amy Anderson...

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Teaching Channel Talks 42: The Gamification of Reading with Kwamara Thompson

What if you could engage reluctant readers by asking them to play a video game? On this episode of...

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Guidelines for Teaching About the Holocaust

Join a free webinar from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and Teaching Channel to dive...

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