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Simple ways to encourage your students to develop academic mindset, metacognition, and social skills with your teaching.
Early education in public schools is growing in popularity, but principals require more training to better serve their youngest students, writes Suzanne Bouffard.
Every parent complains about the battle: Being the screen police with their kids. So what if you let kids self-limit their use, no rules. One family tried it out.
A recent survey revealed 74 percent of employees plan to switch jobs in 2018 and 44 percent cited lack of recognition and engagement as the reason. The good news? An employee recognition program can h
To be a better leader, focus on being a better person.
You can’t make timed tests go away, but you can help make the stress more manageable for students.
From SMARTBoards to innovative projectors, schools make use of new displays to engage students.
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in style with this mini-book tale of a leprechaun in search of his gold. Making the book and reading the story will build number recognition and sequencing skills and b
Helping students see how they can have a positive influence on their community and the world goes beyond teaching and modeling empathy.
Hooray for good books!