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Teacher Professional Development
By: Kim Haynes
“I’d love to do some professional development, but it’s just so expensive!” If that sounds familiar, take heart: here are some activities that are low cost, but high impact – guaranteed to make you a...
Ryan Gosling Teachers
By: Annie Condron
Hey girl, Ryan Gosling is here to motivate you through those tough days of teaching...If you're a teacher on Pinterest, you've probably noticed that everyone is going pin-crazy over the teacher "Hey...
Parent Teacher Communication
By: John Halloran
Many schools today have set clear goals for increasing ‘family engagement’, and are rolling out systems and programs to reach families. But more than information about the school, parents want to...
Skype in the Classroom
By: Annie Condron
Imagine taking your class on an "around the world" field trip or having your favorite children's author lead today's read-aloud. You can do both of these and more without leaving your classroom...
Bell Ringer Activities
By: Kim Haynes
Every teacher has those times when you need five minutes to take attendance, talk to a colleague, or answer a call from the office. Try these tips so your students aren't sitting around. Use Your...
Teacher Infographics
If you're like me, data makes you drowsy. To wake up your boring stats and have important info make an impression, infographics are the way to go. While great as a learning tool, infographics can...
Student Book Club Guide
By: Annie Condron
Don't let the "summer slide" erode all the reading progress your students have made this year. Encourage students to keep reading over the summer by forming book clubs!   We've created a Student Book...
Classroom Time Fillers
By: Rosshalde Pak
The end of the year is exciting; full of activities and fast-paced schedules that change almost daily.  What with assemblies, award ceremonies, meetings, field trips, and presentations, teachers can'...
Teaching Texts for Reluctant Readers
By: Meghan Mathis
Getting some students to read anything just one time can be a challenge.  When you know that the text is one that is going to require multiple readings, finding ways to convince reluctant readers to...
Teacher Blogs
By: Patty Murray
In honor of summer, we want to share some awesome teacher bloggers that you should catch up on over break. Here is a list of 26 awesome teacher blogs to check out divided by grade, subject or...

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