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Technology is Hardwiring Us to Learn in New Ways

Technology is Hardwiring Us to Learn in New Ways

Thanks to new technology, people are learning differently than ever before, and by the year 2075, traditional approaches to learning could be completely revolutionized. Check out these articles to learn...
Summer to School Year: How to Make the Transition Smoothly

Summer to School Year: How to Make the Transition Smoothly

Gradually get back into the groove of teaching with these tips sure to set you up for success.  Find out how you can create your very own course and teach it too, and learn what you can do to go back to school without going into...
Put the Cool in Back to School with These Great Activities

Put the Cool in Back to School with These Great Activities

Check out these articles for tips on how to break the ice, introduce rules and procedures, and get your students ready to...
Organized and On Point for Success

Organized and On Point for Success

Want to get organized for the upcoming school year? See what these veteran teachers have to say about establishing an effective learning environment, setting the ground rules, communicating with parents, collaborating with colleagues, and...
Pointers from the Pros: Expert Flippers Show How It’s Done

Pointers from the Pros: Expert Flippers Show How It’s Done

Are you wanting to try flipped learning but wondering where to begin?  In these articles, experienced flippers share the strategies and suggestions that worked for them so you can easily and successfully flip your classroom too.  These valuable tips are too good to miss!  Check them...
Keep Your Cool as You Go Back to School!

Keep Your Cool as You Go Back to School!

Another school year’s right around the corner!  Are you ready for it? Check out these tips from expert educators on classroom setup, rules and routines, discipline, working with parents, and more. Whether you’re a newbie or a veteran teacher, we’ve got the strategies and pointers...
National Water Quality Month

National Water Quality Month

Did you know that less than 1% of all the water on Earth is usable by humans? If all of the world’s water fit into a bucket, only one teaspoonful would be drinkable. So what gives with the rest of the water? And what can we do to help make it pure? Read these articles to see how you can...
Make Pi Approximation Day Sweet as Pie

Make Pi Approximation Day Sweet as Pie

We all know and love eating pies for dessert, but there’s another kind of Pi that’s pretty cool too. Pi is a number (approximately 3.14) that’s used to describe circles. It links a circle’s radius with its area and its perimeter with its width.  No matter the size of the circle,...
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