A few weeks ago, I published an article called 7 ways for teachers to beat the Sunday blues. It was shared over 12,000 times on Facebook, which gives you an idea of how many teachers can relate to that feeling of work-related anxiety on the weekends.
Alternative seating helps students focus Auburn Citizen (blog) Every student gave the balls a positive review, saying they helped them concentrate, focus on taking notes, engage in classroom discussions, take exams, and pay attention for longer...
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Why Canadian students are among the globe's smartest Globe and Mail According to data from the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), in 2011 a Canadian teacher with 15 years of experience earned about $56,000 (U.S.),...
Experience classroom of the future The Ranger The room offers a nontraditional seating arrangement, a variety of seating options, rolling white boards, a rolling white board projector and laptop charging docks.
When I speak to teachers about classroom organization, my number one tip is to purge anything that is not needed in your learning environment. Simply put, the less you have the less you have to organize.
Newly Released Classroom Management Framework to Increase Student Success Virtual-Strategy Magazine (press release) School Improvement Network, the leader in educator effectiveness resources, today released a video segment showing a classroom...
Here are four chaotic-classroom-proofed ideas that really work. Plus I've included the labels I use to organize my classroom supplies for your downloading pleasure! (Trying to get your #classroom more organized?
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