Make Time for Creativity

Tweet The topic of creativity is in the air.  Last night’s #ntchat was about one of my favorite topics: “Creativity in the Classroom.”  There was a lot of great discussion among teachers!  You should visit the #ntchat wiki and read through the archive of the chat. Then just this morning, my friend Melissa Edwards, over […]

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Studio Days – So Important to Our Learning!

Tweet There’s so much to learn from being creative. That’s the backbone idea behind Studio Days. When you provide an opportunity for students to experience a Studio Day, they are given a chance to create something original from start to finish in a safe, creative environment; given time to reflect on their experience and begin […]

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How to Inspire and Educate Students

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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Knowledge on the Go: Insightful Podcasts for Educators and Students

Tweet This is a great post for teacher who simply love learning!  Podcasts are readily available to us and Melissa Miller showcases three great places to find some inspiration.  ~EMP Educational tools are thriving across so many different technological mediums; it’s hard not to be excited about it. Tablets and smartphones are making detailed and […]

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An Open Letter to Tech-Fearing Teachers Everywhere

Tweet You are certain to enjoy today’s guest post from Neven Jurkovic.  He has written a letter for all tech-fearing teachers and has done so in a positive and motivating way.  So, for today’s post in this month’s tech series, consider how you might use his ideas and words to coax a colleague or even […]

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5 Great YouTube Channels for Teachers

Tweet  We are kicking off the month’s series of techy posts with this great one by a guest blogger who writes about YouTube channels you will want to have at your fingertips.  Enjoy!  ~EMP YouTube is a fantastic resource for educators and students alike. There are hundreds of thousands of videos that teach you just […]

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Helping Your Home-Schooled Child Make the Transition to College

Tweet Today’s guest post focuses on home-schooled children and what their teachers can do to make sure they are ready for college.  The introduction touches on some interesting research.  I wonder if all educators can learn something from the innate home-schooling model and apply it to other aspects of education.  Please enjoy today’s post and […]

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Anyone Who Thinks Teachers Don’t Do Anything During the Summer, is Just Plain Silly!

Tweet That’s my post… Please add your comments.  😉 ~EMP

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Connect with Other Teachers!

Tweet Connecting with other educators is probably the best way to grow yourself as an educator.  I’m not just talking about meeting with other educators, but connecting with them.  When we are in a staff meeting or enrolled in a class or workshop, we are usually just meeting.  When we sit around a table and […]

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