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These strategies can help you thrive in your first year and build the kind of resilience that will carry you through the many challenges teachers face.
Forget about all the vague, superficial information out there. Edutopia blogger Terry Heick cuts to the chase with 19 meaningful questions parents can ask their children's teachers at the beginning of the school year.
With an hour-long recess, elementary schools can help children develop through increased creative play, authentic SEL, and adequate physical regulation.
Staying organized is about finding a system that works for you, picking tools that you'll actually use, and continually refining what works best for you.
Enrich your students' day with lunchtime clubs, offering them an opportunity for focused fun -- whether it's art, acting, creative writing, or Doctor Who.
Culturally Responsive Teaching
Children’s early experiences shape what they imagine to be possible. Here are six strategies for giving them positive, familiar examples of who and what they can be.
Real life doesn't happen in 42-minute periods, so give your students a day of interdisciplinary collaboration -- and enrich your curriculum along the way.
Teach the 2016 U.S. presidential election with this curated collection, featuring lesson plans, multimedia, and interactive games for K-12 students.
When choosing what apps to try out, focus on your learning goals, only pick a few, and don’t forget to have your students join the process!