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99 Ways to Teach the 100th Day of School

99 Ways to Teach the 100th Day of School

Celebrating the 100th day of school is not only fun, it’s also packed with tons of valuable learning opportunities for your students. From books to balloons and counting to crafts, we’ve rounded up 99 quick and easy ways to bring 100th Day fun into your classroom this year. Take a look below! Useful link: Notes … Continue reading 99 Ways to Teach the 100th Day of School

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What People Think About the Teaching Profession vs. Reality

What People Think About the Teaching Profession vs. Reality

There are two types of people in this world: those that teach and those that don’t. Bizarrely though, teaching seems to be the one profession that people can’t understand or relate to. Of course, that doesn’t stop them from telling us how to do our jobs and what we do wrong. Useful link: “I help at … Continue reading What People Think About the Teaching Profession vs. Reality

25 Of The Most Misunderstood Ideas In Education

25 Of The Most Misunderstood Ideas In Education

There’s a lot of misunderstanding in education, and that makes sense because it’s an ‘industry’ with tremendous external pressure to change but an extraordinary kind of inertia internally that keeps it from doing so. Teaching is also a fundamentally human craft (and learning a fundamentally natural thing) both embedded in a large context (the field … Continue reading 25 Of The Most Misunderstood Ideas In Education

Stress Responses: Teaching Resilience for Trauma and Everyday Crises

Stress Responses: Teaching Resilience for Trauma and Everyday Crises

Many of the challenging behaviors we see in classrooms stem from stress or trauma in our students’ lives. Explicitly teaching our students about stress responses and resilience can help them better recognize their emotions, cope with stress, and reach out for help before they act out. Social-emotional learning tools can have a profound and long-term … Continue reading Stress Responses: Teaching Resilience for Trauma and Everyday Crises