Monthly Archives: June 2016

Promote Tolerance in the Classroom

No matter what year you teach, it is important that your students learn to have tolerance for other people. While this is something they will hopefully be taught at home, that is unfortunately not always the case. Bullying in the … Continue reading

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New Teaching Strategies – Mindfulness

Taking deep breaths and clearing one’s mind may not sound not like an effective use of time in the classroom, but more and more studies are proving that mindfulness actually has very powerful results. Mindfulness means, at its root, to … Continue reading

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Schools Around the World: Italy

In the newest edition of Schools Around the World, we’re going to focus on Italy. Compulsory school lasts from the ages of 6 to 16 in Italy and doesn’t require a registration fee, though schooling for ages above that does. … Continue reading

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June Craft: Father’s Day Hole in One Card

Father’s Day is just around the corner. Are you looking for a unique but simple craft for your students to do? Well don’t worry, because we’ve put together a great craft that any dad is sure to love! What’s even … Continue reading

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Ending the Year Strong

Every day you have to teach and inspire your students is important, and that includes the end of the school year. Sure, you may not be giving a history lecture on the last day, but you can still take that … Continue reading

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