February 21, 2018

Best of 2017: Our Top Blog Posts


We are grateful to all of our blog subscribers and readers. This year our blog views have grown from 45,000 total views in 2016 to over 116,000 views in 2017 and we owe our tremendous growth to our readers like you! As 2017 comes to a close we thought it would be a great time to take a look back at some of our most popular blogs over this past year. Which of these have you read?

  1. 10 Strategies for Dealing with Difficult Parents
  2. What is Your Ideal Classroom?
  3. 10 Ways to Encourage Students to Read
  4. How to Make a Parent Phone Call
  5. Classroom Management- Set Expectations, Not Rules
  6. How to Build Self-Confidence & Self-Discipline in Students
  7. How to Incorporate March Madness Into Your Classroom
  8. 4 Ways to Create a Classroom Community
  9. Classroom Technology- Using Technology to Increase Student Learning
  10. Trauma Informed Teaching

It has been fun looking through our top blog posts for 2017. We hope you find the strategies and ideas within these blogs beneficial for your classroom.

Looking ahead into 2018, we would love to continue sharing strateiges and content that you love through our Chalk blog.What do you want to see from us? Is there any particular topic that you want us to cover?Let us know!



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