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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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Simple Strategies for Big Worries Supporting Students with Anxiety by Tiffany Creager   Last December I wrote about prioritizing our adult mental wellness during times of stress and uncertainty. I was hopeful at the time that this year would feel… Continue Reading…

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Understanding and Addressing Stress in the Classroom By Tiffany Creager   Stress is a part of life and it can even be helpful! We perform better under some level of stress, it can motivate us to reach our goals and… Continue Reading…

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Have Your Students Trained You? Written by Bill Reed   My guess is if I ask teachers who have taught for more than one year, they can name a student they know who will come to class without any materials… Continue Reading…

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Things People Say About Math Written by Bill Reed   Once in a great while, I hear someone say, “I Love Math!” or “I enjoyed my math classes,” and it gives me a warm, comforting feeling inside. Sadly, what I… Continue Reading…

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While schools are still deciding when students will be able to return to school, the one thing we know is that we will eventually be back in the classroom again. Heading back to school will look different this year. Teachers will be taking precautions to keep students and themselves safe. The CDC has provided schools with recommendations to help lower the risk of exposure to the COVID-19 virus. One of the recommendations is to wear a face mask to help stop the spread of germs. We put together a list of FUN face masks to give your return to school a little extra pizzazz. Check out our list of top 10 face masks for teachers.

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