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Month: September 2015

Encourage Your Students to Celebrate National Book Month!

September 30, 2015

October is National Book Month, the perfect opportunity to encourage your students to incorporate regular reading into their academic and daily lives. Studies have shown that the more we read, the better our problem solving and cognitive skills become. If you’re still looking for ways to celebrate, here are a few great ideas we came…

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3 Ways to Use Operable Walls in a School Setting

September 29, 2015

Schools of all sizes are looking to operable wall systems to help them re-configure classroom and other building space to their advantage. With operable walls you can use your existing spaces for their intended purposes, and so much more! Here are just three of the many great ways that your school can benefit from installing…

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3 Reasons Now is the Perfect Time to Renovate Your Auditorium

September 25, 2015

Let’s face it, your once beautiful auditorium has been losing it’s luster as the years go on. That’s normal, especially considering the countless numbers of students that have probably sat in those seats. For most schools, the auditorium is a place used for multiple different purposes: Seasonal school concerts, student-produced plays, mid-year award ceremonies and…

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Classroom Activities to Help You “Fall” into Photosynthesis This Season!

September 23, 2015

Happy Autumnal Equinox! Along with shorter days and cooler nights come beautifully colored foliage, a staple of the fall season. Welcome fall into your classroom this month with these great classroom activities to get your student’s thinking about photosynthesis and plant life cycles while enjoying the color changing leaves. Name that tree. Have your students…

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Storage Solutions for Every Inch of your Classroom

September 17, 2015

We know that it can be difficult to fit all of your necessary classroom items in such a small space, especially when the storage opportunities are less than adequate. If you find yourself struggling to fit all of your necessary school supplies, books and other learning materials in your classroom, here are a few surefire…

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Helpful Tips for First-Year Teachers

September 15, 2015

The school year is finally here and we’d like to congratulate you on making it through the first few days! Whether you’re teaching in a new school, at a new grade level, or are new to the profession altogether, there are bound to be a few bumps in the road ahead. Luckily, we’ve compiled a…

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The Importance of a Flexible Learning Environment

September 3, 2015

According an article on, recent studies have shown that “flexible classrooms give students a choice in what kind of learning space works best for them, and help them to work collaboratively, communicate, and engage in critical thinking.” A case study performed at Albemarle County Public Schools revealed that giving students several classroom configuration options…

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Are Your Public Bathrooms Due for an Upgrade?

September 1, 2015

Whether you work in a school or a standard office building, one thing’s for certain: Public restrooms take a serious beating. From the high volume of traffic, vigorous daily cleanings and inevitable vandalism, you need to make sure that your restrooms are properly working and up to standard to ensure privacy and comfort for students…

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