Monthly Archives: May 2018

Making a Realistic Plan For Your Summer Vacation

Everyone knows that teachers don’t actually have three months of summer vacation off. Many teachers spend some time teaching summer school, others pick up summer jobs, and if nothing else teachers use a portion of their summer to prepare for … Continue reading

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10 Reflection Questions To Help You Improve The 2018-2019 School Year

The school year is coming to a close which means it is time to reflect on the past year to help you determine what worked, what didn’t, and what you can improve on for next year. But simply being told … Continue reading

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Giant Memorial Day Pinwheel

Memorial Day is fast approaching, and so is the end of the school year. With so much to wrap up at the end of the year, planning complicated Memorial Day activities is likely not at the front of your mind. … Continue reading

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10 Simple, Memorable Ways To End The School Year

The end of the school year is a big deal for students, parents, and teachers. As your students graduate to the next grade (or the next school) they and their parents are bound to be excited. As a teacher you’re … Continue reading

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Top Technology Resources For Teachers

Technology is constantly evolving, which can make staying up-to-date on the greatest technology resources for your classroom draining. There are plenty of lists out there linking teachers to hundreds of tech resources, but even those can be overwhelming. That’s why … Continue reading

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