Teachers

Jan
04

A Guide To Prepare Your Teenager For College Life

By Jane Sandwood, Freelance Writer An estimated 20.4 million students started their first year in American colleges and university for the 2017-2018 school year. Next year, it is likely that there will be more teenagers entering college, and if your child is one of them, then you may have already begun the preparations for the big day. Preparing your […]

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Dec
25

Time for Teachers To Find That Relaxation Moment

Well, the winter break is finally here and you definitely deserve to recharge your energy from so much that you give to your students day in and day out. All teachers know that teaching can be a stressful job. The key is to get organized and make time for yourself. This holiday season we at Teach n’ […]

By Jennifer McGregor | Blog
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Dec
05

Engage Students In Expanding Their Thinking

Almost everyone agrees that schools should be places in which students learn to think. National, state, and district standards documents invariably stress the importance of having students interpret and synthesize information, draw inferences and conclusions, think analytically, and employ other higher order thinking skills. But how do you teach these skills? How do you help […]

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Oct
31

10 Classroom Strategies to Dramatically Improve Student Achievement

 1.    Establish a climate of mutual respect. Have students develop and agree on a set of guidelines for acceptable classroom behavior, based on the idea of mutual respect and everyone’s right to learn. Enforce these guidelines strictly and consistently and students will rise to your expectations. (Suggested Course – Classroom Management Keeping it Positive) 2.    Set high […]

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Oct
03

Engaging Students Through Relevant Context

When we think about engaging students through the use of rigorous lesson an aspect that we must attend to is the context in which students are learning. What we mean here by context is the setting, situation, or role that students engage with and/or take on when learning and applying new understandings.  This is often […]

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Aug
31

4 Hacks to Teach Your Kids Good Study Techniques

By Jane Sandwood, Freelance Writer Children learn very quickly at a young age, largely because they have a more malleable prefrontal cortex. Studies conducted by the Washington University School of Medicine have proven that children even use different parts of their brains to adults, allowing them to process new information more quickly. The more a child uses a part of […]

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May
02

What Do Kids Really Need From Education and Their Teacher?

Before I wrote this article, I decided not to be some stuffy suit who decides she knows what’s good for others, so I put on my detective hat and did some recon. (Insert a little 007 music in the background.) I asked some of my students what the most memorable class they had ever attended […]

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Apr
04

Empowering Schools and Teachers to Be Their Best

Rethinking Professional Learning Summit – Ohio, May 11, 2017 It has become abundantly clear that the one-size-fits-all, one-stop, traditional professional development model is no longer an option for providing educators with long lasting transformative learning opportunities.  Research has shown that for high-quality and transferable professional learning to exist, teacher professional development opportunities must empower teachers […]

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Mar
01

Supporting Teachers through Stress Management with Positive Self-Talk

In one day you not only teach, but you also manage behavior, plan lessons, assess learning, counsel students, carry out first aid, reply to a long list of emails, write reports, tidy classrooms, create resources, mark books and create displays – the list is endless. You feel overwhelmed, overworked, and easily trapped in negative thinking […]

By Jennifer McGregor | Uncategorized
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