ClassroomTeachers

End of Year by Tiffany Creager   As we end this school year, I am witnessing and experiencing the complexity of feelings among school staff. This school year that started with so much hope and longing for a return to… Continue Reading…

Book ListsReading

Fostering Life-Long Reading Habits: THE POWER OF A READING STACK by April Connelley   The routines and rituals that put books in our hands are important. They aren’t just crucial for personal growth, they are critical lessons that we need to… Continue Reading…

Mathematics

Making Connections Creates Long-Term Learning by Bill Reed   I was working with a school and the teachers started talking about the NCAA Basketball tournament. I quickly zoned out as with my basketball prowess I have no interest in basketball… Continue Reading…

BehaviorClassroom

Reducing Test Stress Strategies for standardized test anxiety By Tiffany Creager     My family moved from Michigan to Indiana in April of 1988, the end of my 2nd grade year. Upon joining my new class, my teacher did an… Continue Reading…

LeadershipTeachers

Mentors People who point us in the right direction! By Bill Reed   As you begin your career, mentors are invaluable. They help you stumble through all that you do not know when you start. They are there to listen… Continue Reading…

BehaviorEmployability StandardsLeadershipSocial-Emotional Learning

Employability Skills: Mindset 5 ways to encourage lifelong learning and self-confidence in your classroom through the teaching of growth mindset By Tiffany Creager   Employability skills are a set of skills outside of technical or academic competencies that are desired… Continue Reading…

BehaviorLeadershipTeachers

5 Simple Ways to Improve Teacher Morale &  Decrease Principals’ Stress Written by Dianne McKinley   Just when we thought education was one of the most stressful jobs on the planet, BOOM, it got more stressful. Educators are reporting record… Continue Reading…

ClassroomCurriculum & InstructionScience

SAT: Process and Literacy Standards for Science Written by Bill Reed   Many people think the two most important subjects on the SAT Assessment are English and Mathematics. That is NOT a true statement. The most important subjects on the… Continue Reading…

ClassroomTeachers

Teaching Organizational Skills by Tiffany Creager   One of the top ten New Year resolutions each year is to get organized. I’d be lying if I said it wasn’t always on my list of things I’d like to change about… Continue Reading…

ScienceSTEM

Science: The Beauty, Wonder, and Fun! by Bill Reed   I was reminded that I am a S.T.E.M. person. Yes, I focus on the M. <Best> part of S.T.E.M., which we all know is Mathematics. Yet, Science, Technology, and Engineering… Continue Reading…

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