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Wii in the Classroom
By: Patty Murray
Video games and educational lessons….seems like an oxymoron, right? Well not so much anymore. With the latest gaming technology, students can now use video games to improve their exercise, fitness,...
3 Data Collection Tips for Your Most Challenging Students
By: Meghan Mathis
Challenging students who occasionally act out in class can make teaching and learning difficult for everyone in the classroom. With this useful tips for data collection, you can help yourself, as a...
Connect Your Classroom to the Outside World
By: Laura Preble
Including people and experiences outside the classroom has become ever more difficult with budget cuts. But with the cyber world and the U.S. mail at your disposal, you can connect your kids in lots...
iPads in the Classroom
After the iPod revolutionized how society listened to music and the iPhone pushed the boundaries of smartphone technology, the iPad stands poised to alter the face of mobile computing. Many have...
Creative Book Projects
By: Jennifer Dobson
Do your traditional book report assignments seem old and tired? Here are some alternative assignments that share the same benefits and instructional results but are infused with fun. These...
Ed Tech Tips
By: Allen L. from
Play time isn't just for kindergarteners any more. It is a must for any teacher integrating tech in the classroom.One of the biggest errors I’ve made as a tech-savvy teacher was not allowing students...
Cooperative Teaching
By: John Davis Jr.
Some things just naturally go together: cream and sugar, peanut butter and jelly, tests and number two pencils, and of course, teachers and their students. Unfortunately, team teaching across the...
Teaching Science Across Curriculum
By: Loriana Romano, Lisa Papa, and Elita Saulle
One of the most powerful strategies that we have ever learned as teachers is taking a cross-curricular approach in planning lessons and units for the school year. While reading and writing are often...
Teacher Budget Tips
By: Brennon Larsen
As budgets keep shrinking and class sizes continue to increase, teachers find themselves paying for school supplies out of their own pockets. While the ideal solution to this predicament is more...
Teaching with Cell Phones
By: Meg Ormiston
Regardless of your school’s cell phone policy, the reality in most schools is that students have phones in their pockets, purses, or hoodies. Why not get these tools out in plain sight and use them...


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