Presentation Tips For Teachers

December 29, 2014

For teachers, the majority of their time is spent in front of the classroom, presenting educational material to students. But although it seems easy for them to get up in front of a group and speak, it would be much more difficult if they didn’t have a solid presentation to reference behind them. If you’re using your… Read More.

Do I Need New Classroom Furniture?

December 24, 2014

Regardless of the grade level you teach, it is imperative that the furniture in your classroom is safe and reliable for your students. When students are subjected to using furniture that is falling apart at the seams or has inadequate safety features, not only does it put them at risk for injury, but it also… Read More.

Mistakes To Avoid When Buying Classroom Furniture

December 18, 2014

Is your classroom furniture broken down or outdated? Do you anticipate needing new furniture solutions now or sometime over the course of next year? Although selecting furniture that works seems simple – after all, how hard could it really be to pick out some desks and chairs – the truth is that time and time again,… Read More.

3 Holiday Classroom Crafts

December 17, 2014

Once again we find ourselves just a few days away from the final class meeting before the holiday break. Like we mentioned in our last blog, this is the time of year when students start to get out of their seats more than they should, which is why it is so important for teachers to… Read More.

Teaching Tips For The Holidays

December 12, 2014

Let’s face it – this time of year, students are likely to get a bit more rambunctious than usual. With five or more days off from school in their future, they’re counting down the minutes until the bell rings, signaling that the holidays are finally here. However, while students immerse themselves in the excitement that the… Read More.

Healthy Holiday Party Ideas

December 9, 2014

Before schools close for the holiday break, teachers tend to set aside some time the day or two before to host their own holiday party in their classroom. As is customary for most classroom parties, students and teachers alike often volunteer to bring in their favorite foods to share with the class. However, with the push to… Read More.

School Concert Equipment Checklist

December 4, 2014

Generally speaking, schools that offer students the opportunity to participate in chorus, orchestra or band host a collaborative concert twice a year – one in winter and one in spring. Being that winter break is just around the corner, for music students, that means so is this year’s winter concert! For concert participants, the days… Read More.

Organization Tips For The Office

December 3, 2014

Since office administrators are responsible for handling a variety of important papers pertaining to students’ records, school events and more, organization on their end is key in order for the year to run smoothly. At the end of the calendar year, many administrators make it a point to go through their paper work and organize their… Read More.