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Four Techniques on Integrating Creative Teaching into the Classroom

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Tweet In the spirit of creativity in learning, we have a guest post with some ideas for the classroom.  Hope you find something that sparks your creativity!  ~EMP It can be fun when a teacher decides to shake things up in the classroom. Truth be told, some of my best classes were ones where the […]

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Growing Up Online: the Tidal Wave of Devices in the Classroom

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Tweet  A tech infused education is important, but so is some good old-fashioned face to face time.  Here is a great post from a guest blogger who shares her perspective on the matter.  Be sure to comment and let us know yours!  ~EMP As internet companies like Google and Bing grow from startups into institutions, […]

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8 Inspiring Values of Unforgettable Educators

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Tweet You will love this post from a returning guest blogger, Aileen Pablo.  I’ve nothing more to say, just enjoy!  ~EMP Most of us are lucky enough to have had at least one exceptional teacher during our school days, and whether they taught us in elementary, middle school, high school or college, we still tend […]

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Financial Education for Children

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Tweet Today, we have an interesting  article about  financial education for children.  The last couple of links provide some good additional reads on this topic and resources to use in your classroom centered around money. So please, when you done reading this great post, spend some time checking out the links Alfonso has provided.  ~EMP […]

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Volunteer Work Can Help You Become a Better Teacher

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Tweet Happy New Year!  We hope you had and are having an enjoyable holiday season!  Today, we bring you a great post from Dunya Carter who worked as a volunteer English teacher in Thailand.  We hope her experiences give you some inspiration as we start 2013.  ~EMP After finishing my English language and literature studies […]

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Going to College Post Military

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Tweet Today, we have a guest blogger and military veteran here to share some advice on what it takes to attend college after the military.  ~EMP Leaving the military for the civilian life is shocking regardless of how long you served. Knowing what to do next is not one of your biggest internal struggles. However, […]

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The Benefit of Music in Education

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Tweet In honor of Beethoven’s birthday month, our focus has been on music ideas that you can integrate into your teaching.  We end this series with a great post on points of advocacy for music education.  ~EMP Music is known for being a powerful tool; a universal language. Music connects people together regardless of personal […]

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How to Work with Kids Who Do Not Care

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Tweet In light of all that has occurred this past week, it’s more important than ever to watch for students who appear not to care.  Behavior is something we all struggle with year round, but often, bad behavior is a sign of other things.  It is also true that this time of year, the last […]

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Helping Students Deal with Test Anxiety

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Tweet “Tis the season for summative assessments.  As report cards go out and the holidays approach, it is time for teachers to think about testing kids on their skills.  Here are some thoughts to consider.  ~EMP Summative assessment is just as important as formative assessment, as both are necessary for effective instruction and planning. Although […]

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