Real Teacher Blogs

How to Make Your Own Assistive Technology Devices
By: Special Ed Resource Room
This real teacher blog post from our special education blog offers a few suggestions for making your own assistive technology devices for...
Things to Know Before Becoming a Special Education Teacher
By: Meghan Mathis
Meghan Mathis, a special education teacher, loves her job and couldn't imagine doing anything else, but here are 5 things that she wishes she knew...
Pros and Cons of Flipping the Classroom
By: Digital Media in the Classroom
Educator, Don Goble, takes a look at the flipped classroom from a variety of perspectives. He shared his results with TeachHUB.
Parent Teacher Conferences
By: Outside the Box Teaching Ideas
Parent Teacher Conferences are coming up quickly; here are some great tips for having successful meetings with all of your students' parents.
Twitter in the classroom
By: Web20Classroom Blog
Last fall, I completely changed the way I do professional development on Twitter... and it doesn't require sign up.   What a lot of people don't...
Inspiring students to learn
By: Steve Moore, The Optimistic Educator
Summer may be a fading memory, but Inspiring students to learn is key to a successful classroom.
Building Life Skills with Classroom Cooking
By: Special Ed Resource Room
Catilin shares her latest strategy to build life skills into her lessons: cooking! In this post, find out how cooking fits into her curriculum, her...
Excellence in Education
By: Teach on the Edge
In this real teacher blog, our Tiffany Della Vedova touches on the importance of excellence in education.
Bringing History to Life in the Classroom
By: Outside the Box Teaching Ideas
Sick of hearing how boring history is? What can we do to help students overcome the boredom of history, bring history to life!?!   Here are some...
Motivation
By: Outside the Box Teaching Ideas
Motivation is one of the most important things that you need to accomplish in your classroom on a daily basis. With these helpful tips, you'll be...

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