As the cold winter months give way to spring, are you finding comfort in the familiar or forging ahead on a new path. 2014 Montana State Teacher of the Year Anna Baldwin discovers an unexpected metaphor in the juxtaposition of snowshoes and songbirds.


I learned a long time ago that students don't want to learn from someone they don't like or from someone who has no interest in their lives or their stories. As educators, we must be purposeful in establishing these relationships and having day-to-day interactions with students. Homeroom provides the perfect opportunity to lay the foundations of this important work.


I #LoveTeaching because I love the kids: their incredible hearts, and the gift it is to be that adult who has the chance to know them.


Regardless of how you choose to view time, return to the classroom this semester with this in mind: it takes a mere moment to change a child's life. A few seconds, really. The right words. The right silence. The right attention. Seconds.


How to make a quick (and meaningful) holiday gift for a new teacher


The best shift we can make in schools is to not seek warm bodies that sit like plants on a shelf, but to find teachers that, with nurturing and illumination, will thrive and run.


How to change the dynamic in a student's day (and make their family smile)


Try these 4 steps to build teacher collaboration and morale.


A National Teacher of the Year offers a transformative solution to battle teacher isolation.


What would happen if we took a different approach with disengaged students?


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