A public school music teacher, musician, and mother of two explains how to create musical experiences in any classroom.
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.
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.
Ty Tiger, aka KindaSortaTeacher, has been busy on TikTok building an audience of over 50,000 teachers with her uplifting and encouraging stories.
As I sit to write this, we are nearing the one-year anniversary of when life, as many of us knew it, was disrupted and altered. Quite suddenly, we found ourselves thrown into a pandemic that disrupted our routines, blurred the lines between home and work boundaries, forced us to learn and embrace technology in new […]
Ten years, two districts, and two grade levels later, so much has changed, yet so much has stayed the same.
I still remember my first year of teaching like it was yesterday. I thought I knew what I was up against. Heck, so many teachers who came before me warned me not to smile before Christmas. But I couldn’t imagine entering a classroom every day where the teacher was purposefully miserable, shut off, flat. Not […]
Virtual reality isn’t just for gamers. It’s a fantastic teaching tool that works well for virtual learning and beyond.
Like the passing fads of the hot meme of the week; teacher burnout doesn’t have to be forever! This too shall pass.
Dr. Jenny Pieratt shares her thoughts on the pandemic and how it may end up having some positive effects on education in the long run.