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How To Prepare For Your Winter Concert

November 9, 2016

Now is the time where schools are preparing for their winter concert–a time where students can show off their skills and put on a night of entertainment for their friends and families to enjoy. While students may be spending time practicing their instruments or learning to sing songs, administrators are devoting their days to finding…

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Help Keep Your Desks Stain Free

November 7, 2016

  It’s only natural that over the years of having the same classroom furniture, that stains and marks will accumulate on your student’s desks. Thankfully, the following tips are great ways to help keep your classroom looking clean and your desks looking shiny and new: Pencil & Marker Scribbles :While there typically are lots of…

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How To Keep Students Engaged

September 15, 2016

One of the greatest difficulties you will face as a teacher is keeping your student’s  attention for an extended period of time. Especially now that technology is so prominent in students’ lives, it’s likely that your students are more tuned into their electronic devices than they are to what’s being presented to them. Keep your…

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Classroom Safety Tips

September 12, 2016

School is officially back in session and in addition to informing your students about all of the exciting things they will be learning this year, it’s also important to educate them on safety tips for the classroom. Safety in the classroom can’t be stressed enough. To ensure you have a great and safe school year,…

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Cooperative Learning Activities For the Beginning of School

September 7, 2016

Do you remember the first days of school when you were a child? There was so much fun and excitement in the air and students were always eager to meet their teacher and classmates. Students encounter a lot of new things that first day of school and teachers are there to them get through these…

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How To Plan A Back To School Night

August 31, 2016

The new school year is almost here and that means not only meeting new students, but meeting their families as well. Planning a back to school night doesn’t have to be boring. It sets the tone for the entire year with the parents of your new students, and opens the door for trust and communication….

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Summer Sports Safety Checklist

July 28, 2016

Summer is a prime time for sports clinics and getting your team ready for next season. Running in the hot weather can put extra stress on your players and set them up for a higher risk of injury. To avoid them getting hurt, here is a summer sports safety checklist to make sure you follow:…

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Top 5 Tips For Teachers During the Summer

July 21, 2016

A great benefit of being a teacher is having the time in the summer to do whatever you please. After all of your travel plans and home renovation projects are complete, you may want to take the time to work on your biggest project yet–yourself! Taking some time to focus your attention on your plans…

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Locker Tips Every Tween Should Know

July 20, 2016

Step foot into any middle or high school and the first thing that you will be greeted with is a row of lockers lining every hallway. As your students transition into middle school, one of the things they might be most excited about is getting to use a locker! Help them give their locker some…

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Keep Your Classroom Clean For the Upcoming School Year

July 13, 2016

Even though school is out for the summer, it seems like a teacher’s job is never fully done. Since you will probably be making some trips into your classroom over the summer, whether it be to drop off items or attend some meetings, it might be a good idea to get a head start on…

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