Monthly Archives: January 2018

Managing Large Class Sizes

One of the biggest challenges teachers of this modern age face is dealing with large class sizes. Large class sizes are more difficult to control, more difficult to teach, and require more grading and lesson planning. Once your class size … Continue reading

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January Craft: Hot Chocolate Mug

The cold of winter has set in, making now a great time to work on crafts in the classroom or at home. This cute hot chocolate craft stands on its own, just like a real mug of hot chocolate! This … Continue reading

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Lower Student Dropout Rates

Students who leave school without a high school degree miss out on a lot of opportunities. Not only does it make it more difficult for them to get a job, but the lack of education can make their lives significantly … Continue reading

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Skills Modern Teachers Need

Teachers have been around for many, many years, but as our society grows and develops, the skills a teacher needs in the classroom must also grow and develop. Over the past few decades there have been major changes in everyday … Continue reading

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Giving Better Feedback

Giving good feedback is imperative to helping students succeed. Simply handing students back an assignment with a letter grade does almost nothing to help them improve. Yes, giving specific feedback is time consuming, but it is an easy way to … Continue reading

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