How do educators define success in their spaces and then how do they ensure that is has been achieved for every child?


As teachers we have a unique opportunity to both model and plan activities that intentionally teach students how to be good people, friends and colleagues. How do you encourage important life skills in your spaces?


What if we erased all of the confining questions that terminate in a dead end? Let's open education up to possibility and a world of what if. What questions do you wish to explore?


Providing feedback is more than just saying "good job" or "nice work" or "you can do better." Feedback provides a specific look into what is being done correctly and what continues to need improvement. Read on to learn some strategies for providing timely feedback that will improve learning.


Technology has changed the way we learn and is ever evolving. What are you favorite go-to apps for professional learning and teaching?


Instead of trying to treat kids the exact same way. As standardized testing became the norm, an unfortunate byproduct was the loss of student individuality. If we strive to normalize the way we teach and assess kids, we lose an inherent component that makes learning unique and interesting. The fun is gone. The same way no student enjoys endless test prep, so too, does no teacher. What if there was a way to bring individualized learning back to every student, putting them in charge of what and how they learn and redefining the idea of "teacher"? In today's educational climate, ...


Everything we do matters, even when we aren't directly teaching. What do you want your students to learn from you? Be intentional as much as possible when handling all types of life circumstances.


What practical advice would you give a person who wants to teach? I just say teaching will change your life.


Guest blogger, Evelyn Lauer discusses the importance of scholastic journalism. Read here to see the impact journalism has on students across the country.


In the current educational climate, many people might wonder why people still choose teaching as their profession. Despite the excessive testing and often negative impression of education, there is still very important work to be done. Read on to see why many educators teach.


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