Monthly Archives: February 2018

In The Wake Of Another School Shooting

How do you reassure your students that they are safe inside your classroom after the latest school shooting? You can’t. Since 2013 there have been nearly 300 school shootings. While this data does include instances of no student injuries or … Continue reading

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Create A Classroom Escape Room

You may not have been to an escape room, but it is likely you’ve heard of them. Escape rooms are extremely popular right now. The basic premise is this; you and a few others are locked in a room and … Continue reading

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Getting Started With Project Based Learning

Project based learning takes a lot of planning and a lot of work, but the benefits are easily worth the effort. PBL is when students look at a real-world problem and work on developing a solution. This allows your students … Continue reading

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February Craft: Tissue Paper Heart Card

We’ve mixed a classic crafting technique with a fresh idea for this fun Valentine’s Day card that your students can make for a loved one. Why settle for a simple construction paper card when you can help your students create … Continue reading

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