“All teachers say this,” said Andrew Corrao of Kansas City, Missouri, “but (my students) are the reason I wake up and come to school. They inspire me every day.”
Grading is one of the most controversial topics in any school staff meeting. I believe that no student should ever get a 0.
Even before the pandemic, the importance of mental health for teachers was realized. Study after study has shown the increased value of teachers dedicating time to their mental and physical health in order to have the focus needed to be the best at their craft.
Just read our “Bribe Your Kids” article and want some inspiration? Here are some great items you can use in your classroom to kick off your first auction.
“Sometimes doubt creeps in your head. You have to put that aside and build your following.” – Clayton Barnett
My district split kids up, so many of my students who went virtual had another teacher. The problem is, as they come back, they are way behind the kids that have been here.
It all started in 2009, when then-English teacher Tracee Orman was building a unit around “The Hunger Games.” In her planning, she did what many teachers do: a search online to see what types of materials were already out there to borrow or purchase.
The COVID-19 pandemic reshaped the world and how we go about living our lives. One of the hardest hit sectors was education, which pivoted to a largely virtual model that caused teachers and students alike to rethink the best strategies for learning, communication, and socialization. Throughout the crisis, nearly 93% of households with school-aged children […]
A public school music teacher, musician, and mother of two explains how to create musical experiences in any classroom.
What can we do in our classrooms to empower the students who are feeling forgotten and undervalued?