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Switch Up Your Classroom Seating Chart

February 29, 2016

With just about four months to go this school year, it’s not uncommon for your class to become a bit rambunctious. After all, they’re almost in the home stretch! So, why not take their cues and use this time to switch up your classroom seating with a few of the suggestions below for a fresh…

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Why Now is The Best Time to Plan School Renovations

January 27, 2016

For most schools, large renovation projects are usually carried out during the summer months when students and faculty are on vacation. This makes it easier for work to be completed more quickly and efficiently, as the school does not have to worry about maintaining building functionality during construction. So, now that you know when your…

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Quick Fixes for a Wobbly Desk

January 19, 2016

There’s nothing worse for students and teachers alike than trying to take notes and pay attention while your desk is wobbling way. A teetering table can be caused by a few different factors, but either way it’s definitely a huge distraction that can hinder a student’s ability to focus and learn. If some of your…

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Kick off the New Year with New School Furniture!

December 24, 2015

Safe and reliable classroom furniture is a necessity for students of all grade levels alike. From kindergarten all the way up through college, your students deserve only the best classroom seating and storage solutions to help them learn and grow to the best of their ability in an academic setting. The quality and stability of…

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The Benefits of Having a Classroom Pet

July 28, 2015

We’re sure you’ve been busy preparing lesson plans and stocking up on all of the necessary school supplies to start the year off with a bang in September, but we might have one idea that you haven’t thought of yet: Why not bring in a classroom pet this time around? Studies show that having a…

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Spring Cleaning Tips For The Classroom

March 12, 2015

After the enormous amount of snow we had this winter, most Long Island residents would probably agree that it seemed like the spring would never come. But although snow and winter weather conditions aren’t completely off our radar yet, this week’s high temperatures offered a little bit of hope that spring is on its way. And that brings…

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What Can Nickerson Corporation Do For You?

January 20, 2015

As a teacher, principal, superintendent or other school administrator, part of your responsibilities include creating a positive environment that enhances a child’s educational experience. While teaching the appropriate material in the correct way is essential, it is also important to develop a classroom where students feel both safe and comfortable the moment they walk through…

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New Funding Available to Pre-Kindergarden Providers

September 5, 2014

Are you a provider of pre-kindergarten services for young children and their families? On August 18, Governor Cuomo announced that $340 million in funding will be dispersed to 81 school districts and Community Based Organizations statewide in an effort to provide full-day pre-k services to approximately 37,000 children. The funding, which was built into the 2014-2015 State…

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Preparing for Preschool

August 13, 2014

Are you a preschool teacher gearing up for the new school year? One of the toughest challenges you will face as a teacher at this level is keeping students’ attention for an extended period of time. Additionally, you might also struggle with keeping children under control since at this age, they are naturally inclined to…

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How To Be Successful Your First Year of Teaching

July 23, 2014

While many teachers use the summer to kick back and relax, others are busy training, researching and preparing ideas for their first day in the classroom. For many first year teachers, the months leading up to the first day of school can be scary and stressful since it is only a matter of time until they…

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