This is the second part of a three part series by Dr. Douglas Green. Stay tuned for next week when Dr. Green finishes up talking about drama and music. If you haven't checked out part one yet, it ran last week on August 2nd.
Have you ever accidentally deleted all of your work? Not the best feeling in the world. Here are some tips of how not to do that!
How close is appropriate for teachers and students to be? Where should the lines be drawn? Read on for some suggestions.
The arts are important part of education and unfortunately the kids have been losing them. Read part 1 of this 3 part series by Dr. Douglas Green to learn about the issue and how we can solve it.
It's time to consider putting kids in charge of the literature discussion and Ariel Sacks provides excellent advice on how to do it. And this advice doesn't have to be just for English teachers, any teacher looking to enhance the reading experience for students should check it out.
People asked about non-academic skills that are often mixed up in assessing achievement. Consider the following tips when helping students learn about punctuality, organization, time management and creativity.
Do you use rubrics? How effective are they? Read on to learn how to develop rubrics that can be useful to students if they are going to be used.
Teaching is easy, you get the summers off; or do we? Almost no teach I know gets his/her summer to him/herself. Here's a glimpse into the reality.
How do we combat the summer malaise that can impede a strong start to the school year? We plan.
We all have our challenges, but they don't have to strangle our hope. Those of us who struggle with depression or anxiety have daily situations that sometime make progress feel impossible. This is a success story, to help show that no problem is insurmountable.