Four Techniques on Integrating Creative Teaching into the Classroom

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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Get Your Creative On

Tweet Creativity is being lost in schools.  ~  Creative teachers are being held back.  ~  Students’ creativity is not being fostered like it should be. I know.  Those are bold statements.  But it is my opinion and it’s made from the things I read and the observations I make in education each and every day. I […]

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An Arts Invitation for YOU!

Tweet  Do you live or work in New Hampshire, USA?  If so, consider coming to this great event.  If not, check this out and let me know what you think.  We will be discussing Creativity in Learning and the more thoughts and ideas, the better.  So, regardless of whether or not you are able to […]

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

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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When Students’ Interests are Sparked

Tweet Every so often you hit something just right with a student or group of students.  Sometimes you try to do so and succeed (or fail).  Other times, you are just doing what you do and something just strikes right. That has happened to me this year with some of my students and it’s been […]

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8 Inspiring Values of Unforgettable Educators

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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Steam Point Winner

Tweet Congratulations to Karin Cevasco!  She is the winner of Steam Point by Susan Riley over at EducationCloset.com.  For more information about the book, be sure to visit EducationCloset.com. (Notice those with two entries made comments both on this website and on FaceBook.  Be on the look out in February for another chance to win […]

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Steam Point Review and Giveaway

Tweet There’s a new arts integration book on the market and it’s something you should check out for sure! Susan Riley’s new book, Steam Point, is a must have for any teacher interested in arts integration or student learning.  Susan, the arts integration specialist from www.educationcloset.com has taken the three most talked about curricular movements […]

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Inspired by the Common Core…Wait, What?

Tweet You heard me!  I just implied that the Common Core can be inspiring. I was reading a few things online where the CC was, well, basically being put down and the implications were that teachers see the CC standards and think (sarcastically), “Great!  Something new for me to learn and do.” Woah!  Please, fellow […]

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