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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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Arts Integration across Classrooms—Initiatives for College Students

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Tweet Today’s guest post equips us with some great lines of advocacy for arts integration in general as well as a trend in colleges where art students are encouraged to work towards an education degree.  As always, we would love to hear your take on this! ~EMP As STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) initiatives […]

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Developing Fine Motor Skills: The Key to Writing

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Tweet Today’s guest post about fine motor skills is a great reminder that we should focus every so often on the basics to make sure our students are really understanding the fundamentals about writing.  It’s not just about the content or the style, but also about the skill or writing.  ~EMP Learning to write effectively […]

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3 Helpful Tips for Teachers to Diffuse Tension in Angry Parents

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Tweet With parent conferences just around the corner for many schools, we thought this would be a timely article for you.  Enjoy!  ~EMP Being a teacher comes with many responsibilities, among them the task of dealing with unhappy parents. While many parents are willing to bend over backwards and work with the teacher to help […]

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How to Inspire and Educate Students

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Tweet It’s important to take the time, now and again to refresh your classroom and give yourself the chance to be inspired so that you can be inspiring to your students.  That’s the motto around here!   Today, guest blogger, Nancy Parker, gives a few ideas to do just that!  ~EMP Many teachers wish to inspire […]

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Ways to Complement Classroom Lessons

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Tweet The internet has many valuable resources for teachers and students.  Here are some great ideas for complementing a lesson or activity you already do with your students.  Consider a lesson that could use some sprucing up or needs a touch of something to liven it up (I know I can think of a few […]

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5 Tips for Engaging Students in Creative Writing

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Tweet Upper elementary, middle and high school writing teachers will enjoy today’s guest post.  Jot down some ideas, try them out and let us know how they go! ~EMP Creative writing can be a fantastic way to improve students’ communications skills. Most students have an innate desire to create, and everyone benefits when teachers tap […]

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