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Learn Antonyms in the Classroom

Learn Antonyms! Not sure about you, but as an elementary teacher I sometimes think, “Pseudonyms and Antonyms and Synonyms, Oh My!” Are your students confused? Here’s a great [...]

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Cooperative Learning with Hula Hoops

Earlier today I was reminded of my student teaching experience when a Mentor suggested to me that it would be helpful to focus on “limiting movement during content delivery” as a [...]

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For the Love of Teaching

Teachers are amazing people.  We constantly push and rediscover ourselves as the education system changes and develops. We lose sleep over kids that are in our classroom; we never stop believing [...]

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What if you could change your life?

  What if you could change your life? “Well, you can,” says Special Education teacher Serena Matarazzo. “If you think that you are not contributing enough to the betterment [...]

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Communicate Expectations to Teachers

Great school leaders and great teachers make great schools. To get there, school leaders must recruit, retain, coach, and support effective teaching in their schools. To create school [...]