Monthly Archives: May 2017

The Tough Issues: Teaching Traumatized Students

Trauma can lead to many different things. Students may become withdrawn, they may act out, they may stop focusing on school work, and any combination of these and many more things. The types of trauma can vary, from eviction to … Continue reading

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Building a Connected Classroom

The school year is coming to a close. How did this year go? Did your students learn what you set out to teach them? Did they leave your classroom better than they were when they came in? Creating the right … Continue reading

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End of The School Year Party Themes

The end of the school year is rapidly approaching. Whether you’re looking for a last minute party theme, ideas for activities, or are already thinking about next year, we have some suggestions to help you throw an amazing end of … Continue reading

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May craft 2017: Mother’s Day Hyacinth and Vase

Mother’s Day is coming up fast, and if you want to have your students complete a craft for the occasion, now’s the time. This month we’re bringing you a classic for Mother’s Day; a flower craft. But this flower craft … Continue reading

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Encourage Summer Reading By Letting Students Choose

Summer vacation is coming up fast. You are likely working hard at grading student work as your students finish up on final projects and prepare for end of the year tests. It is also likely that you are thinking about … Continue reading

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