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Same Class, Different Classroom

high school, online teaching, elementary, middle school, emergency closure, distance learning

A classroom is not formed overnight. As a teacher, you’ve spent countless hours decorating, arranging furniture, and getting organized. Throughout the year, you got to know the individuals in your class, you adjust teaching techniques, seating, and routines. Your efforts made the walls of your classroom a place of peace and comfort for yourself and your students. It’s natural to feel floundered when all of that was suddenly taken away.

Conquering Classroom Distractions: Holiday Edition

education, enrichment, student behavior, holiday, elementary, middle school

The winter holidays are just around the corner, and many kids are dreaming of an extended holiday break and the big guy in the red suit. With so much excitement in the air, it’s no wonder students and teachers both find it tough to stay focused on learning this time of the year.

Add a Dash of Math

high school, holiday, mathematics, preschool, elementary, middle school

Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Children are often eager to help in the kitchen by measuring, mixing, and licking the spoon, of course. These helping hands often have inquiring minds, so why not use the opportunity to introduce some math skills. Here’s a list of some simple ways to mix math into your holiday baking traditions.

Back to School: Sanity-saving Tips for Parents

student motivation, parental involvement, elementary, middle school

It’s sad, but true. Summer is almost over. Your August calendar is filling quickly, and you’re anticipating that beloved first day of school.

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