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Top software that will make every teacher’s life easier

If you ask any teacher, most of them will tell you that most of their time and effort goes towards planning lessons, arranging tests and creating effective and engaging educational…

Opinion
Two benefits of eBooks for early readers

The future of eBooks opens up opportunities for teachers and students alike. eBooks provide fluent readings and other engaging tools that help early readers achieve academic success. And, with the help…

Little-known ways to find every student’s hidden potential

I was walking down the halls of our school recently when a little girl approached me. “Mrs. Rogers, what do I have to do to get into your classroom?” Her comment…

3 secrets to a successful digital transformation

During the 2013-2014 school year, Archbishop Stepinac High School became the first all-digital high school in the United States, with each of our 700 students utilizing a fully digital textbook…

Classroom security: What you should (not) do

Safe School Week will be a national observation during the third week in October (19-25). One study, “On the Importance of a Safe School and Classroom Climate for Student Achievement in…

How-to
7 online tools to improve students’ writing

Some students struggle in doing their writing assignments in school. Sometimes they experience a mental block or struggle to find inspiration. Academic writing is indeed a difficult activity in school and…

How web-based journalism reveals Common Core’s relevance

In order to give students purpose to engage deeply in the Common Core, District 21 in Wheeling, Ill. has partnered with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, a journalism organization,…

How-to
Stopping the bully in your classroom

While bullying has long existed, it has only recently been recognized as a pervasive problem in schools across the nation. According to recent studies, up to 30 percent of U.S. students…

Opinion
Why a writing workshop framework works for young authors

We all have stories to tell. Regardless if our stories are told orally, through body language, or written composition, students need to feel ownership and validation in their work.…

How-to
How to create scalable solutions to address the STEM crisis

Transforming STEM education and, as a result, the U.S. workforce, will require more than homegrown or one-off localized programs. This is a national challenge that requires scalable and sustainable solutions.…

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