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How to Connect with Your School Community

How to Connect with Your School Community

Recognize Students One of a principal’s many jobs is to create a community within their school building. Educators and staff who work as a team are able to foster an environment that better promotes collaboration and learning among the student body. Students who view...

Tips for Making Lesson Plans

Tips for Making Lesson Plans

Creating an adequate lesson plan is an essential skill for any teacher to have. These make a great difference in how well students absorb the information being presented to them. There is no such thing as a boring subject—only a poorly covered one. When planning...

Accommodating Different Learning Styles

Accommodating Different Learning Styles

If you've spent any amount of time in a classroom setting, you probably know that different students have different learning styles. Some are more visual learners and need things such as pictures or charts to properly grasp a concept, while others can learn something...

Keeping Kids Engaged in Remote Atmospheres

Keeping Kids Engaged in Remote Atmospheres

While some children struggled in moving to a remote learning environment, others actually thrived. In fact, some parents opted to continue to allow their children to learn remotely even when in-person opportunities presented themselves once again. That being said,...

The Significance of Early Education

The Significance of Early Education

Although studies have revealed that in the 1950s, families were not as large as were generally believed, with approximately six people in the average family, there were still many children who had siblings. People from the Baby Boomer generation (1946-1964) have often...

How to Instill Wonder in Your Students

How to Instill Wonder in Your Students

As an educator, you play a pivotal role in shaping your students’ worldview and inspiring them to engage with the lesson material. You cannot always guarantee that each student will feel as passionate about the subject matter as you do, but you can do your best to instill wonder in your students through your teaching methods.