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Tips For Keeping Your Classroom Tidy

December 1, 2016

As busy teachers, we get that sometimes things can get hectic and your classroom can get messy. But  with the new year approaching, it’s a good idea to set your resolution to be cleaner and tidier in 2017! Here are some ways to keep your room tidy to avoid chaos in the classroom: Color-code everything–…

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Tips For Starting School For The First Time

September 2, 2016

As a teacher of students who are coming to school for the first time, it’s important for you to establish a rapport with their parents as they begin their transition into the education system. Many parents might be apprehensive about how their child will perform and how they will react to this new routine. Here…

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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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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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5 Tips For Packing Up Your Classroom

June 9, 2016

The final school bell is just about to ring, but not before you complete one last project — packing up your classroom! While the thought of organizing a whole school year’s worth of things can seem overwhelming, it doesn’t have to be! These five tips will ensure a stress free classroom cleanup! Pre-Pack: As you…

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Year End Checklist For Teachers

June 7, 2016

Calling all teachers! With the school year coming to an end, we bet you’re scrambling to tie up loose ends with your students and faculty before jetting off on your summer vacations. But with so much to take care of, where do you even start? That’s what we’re here for! Follow this year end checklist…

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3 Mobile Apps That Make Classroom Organization a Breeze

May 31, 2016

Getting your classroom under control can be hard, especially when it comes to organizing your personal files and keeping the lines of communication open with parents. Just like sturdy bookshelves, cubbies and desks offer great opportunities for organizing physical items, these three mobile apps can help you organize the not-so-tangible items as well — thoughts,…

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Encourage Summer Reading Starting Now!

May 27, 2016

Most schools employ some sort of summer reading program, but it’s not always so easy to get students to comply. And really, who can blame them? After ten months in the classroom, we understand why they’d rather run wild in the sun than sit down and read a book. That’s why as educators, it’s important…

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Plan a Field Trip for Museum Day!

May 17, 2016

Tomorrow is the 39th annual Museum Day celebration — a day established by the International Council of Museums to highlight a chosen theme in museums worldwide. On this day each year, all museums are encouraged to participate, providing fun exhibits and activities that showcase the theme for that year. This year, museums will celebrate Museums…

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How to Prepare Your Testing Site for Finals

May 10, 2016

Finals week is creeping up on us faster than you think! If you still haven’t worked out the details of your testing space setup, these simple tips should help set your plan in motion. Select your spaces. How many different finals do you need to account for, and how many students will you need to…

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