Monthly Archives: June 2018

June Craft: 4th of July Paper Roll

The 4th of July is almost here, and we’ve put together this simple craft that you can do with the kids for the occasion. It’s easy, interactive, and uses materials you probably already have at home! This is a great … Continue reading

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What Classroom Seating Arrangement Is Right For You?

The seating arrangement you choose has a big impact on how your classroom functions. You put a lot of work into lesson plans; don’t let a poor desk arrangement undo all that hard work! By creating a seating arrangement that … Continue reading

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6 Simple Ways To Make Back-To-School Less Stressful

Several weeks ago we talked about creating a realistic plan for your summer vacation. Check out that post to get some advice about making your summer the best it can be for you personally. Today we want to switch gears … Continue reading

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How to Create an LGBT-Inclusive Classroom

  June is LGBTQ pride month, and though school is no longer in session for most of you, now is the time to think critically about how you treat LGBTQ students in your classroom. Over the course of your career … Continue reading

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Gaming In The Classroom

Another year of E3 is upon us, which means social media newsfeeds are filling up with news and trailers about upcoming video game releases. For those of you who don’t know, E3 is an annual event for the video game … Continue reading

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