Teaching Resources

  1. School Christmas Party Ideas

    School Christmas Party Ideas

    Whether you're an eager room parent or a reluctant last-minute volunteer, planning your child's school Christmas party should be about one thing — helping your child and their classmates celebrate the season together. Most parents start out with this intention, but can quickly become overwhelmed by all of the details involved. Don't worry! Party planning doesn't have to be stressful. In...
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  2. Should I Homeschool My Child? Weighing the Pros and Cons

    Should I Homeschool My Child? Weighing the Pros and Cons

    As of 2017, there were 3.5 million students in homeschool. Ninety-one percent of homeschooling parents said they were worried about the safety of the school environment. These parents are concerned about in-school violence, bullying and social pressure. Seventy-seven percent of homeschooling parents said they did so out of a desire to provide moral instruction. Many of these parents are concerned about the lack of traditional lessons in today’s public...
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  3. How to Get Students to Do Homework

    How to Get Students to Do Homework

    Are you looking for ways to motivate your students to do their homework? If so, you’re not alone. Getting students to do their homework regularly can be a source of frustration for teachers. We know students who consistently complete homework will achieve more academically, particularly in high school, and students who don’t do their homework will falter. As a teacher...
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  4. Ways for Teachers to Stay Organized

    Ways for Teachers to Stay Organized

    The life of a teacher is many things. It’s a chaotic whirlwind that’s at times rewarding, but at other times just a headache waiting to happen. But if there’s one word that could perfectly sum up what it means to be a teacher, it might be “unpredictable.” A teacher’s job changes frequently — sometimes even from one hour to the...
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  5. 5 Teacher Tips for Increasing Parental Involvement

    5 Teacher Tips for Increasing Parental Involvement

    We know that parental involvement is crucial to success in school. There are numerous studies that prove that parent involvement can improve students' behavior, attendance, and achievement. Despite the research, parental involvement still continues to be a challenge. How can you, as an educator, encourage greater parent involvement?   5 Teacher Tips for Increasing Parental Involvement Be Clear: Maybe you...
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  6. Tips to Make Lesson Planning Easier

    Tips to Make Lesson Planning Easier

      Lesson Plans – love them or hate them, they are a part of the job for teachers. They help you run your classroom, inform substitute teachers, and even keep your students focused. But, there’s one problem: they take hours to complete. Lucky for you, we have some advice for easier lesson planning!  7 Lesson Planning Tips 1. Make an...
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  7. Setting SMART Goals With Your Students

    Setting SMART Goals With Your Students

    A new school year is the beginning of new challenges and adventures. What better time is there to talk to your students about setting goals for themselves? Setting goals provides students with focus and direction, but the types of goals and how they are set makes a difference. Students may need help setting realistic goals and developing a plan of...
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  8. Tips to Kick off the New School Year

    Tips to Kick off the New School Year

    Image courtesy of gomamaguide.com Summer is ending and you are getting your classroom ready for a new group of students. Starting the new school year is an exciting and stressful time for teachers. As you prepare for the new school year, you have a chance for a positive start that will motive students and get you, your students and...
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  9. Back to School Shopping Tips for Educators

    Back to School Shopping Tips for Educators

    It is common knowledge that educators spend money out of their pocket on classroom supplies in order to provide their students with the best. We understand that funds can get tight when trying to get your classroom ready for the new school year. Back to school shopping does not have to break the budget. Check out these 7 tips to...
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  10. 5 Facts About Poverty and Its Effect on Learning

    5 Facts About Poverty and Its Effect on Learning

    Did you know that a staggering 43% of children in the US live in low-income families, with 21% of these children from families that fall below the federal poverty threshold? Research shows us that poverty can impede children’s ability to learn and contribute to social, emotional, and behavioral problems. It also can contribute to poor health and mental health. Risks are greatest for children who experience...
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