Student SupportTeachers

Self-Advocacy for Both Students and Teachers By Bill Reed   An invaluable lesson that helps students perform their best is teaching students appropriate self-advocacy.  Students who have 504 plans and I.E.P.s need to learn how to appropriately advocate for the… Continue Reading…

BehaviorClassroomSocial-Emotional LearningTeachers

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…

Curriculum & InstructionEnglish LearnersMathematicsScienceTeachers

We are all in this together! Let’s help each other! SAT Prep Wrap Up   My last few blog entries were about the Indiana SAT Assessment. Some teachers and even some counselors may have seen these blog posts and thought,… Continue Reading…

MathematicsScience

Top Websites and Online Resources for Educators in 2021 Written by Bill Reed    Educators, do you want to be in the know?  Here are some great Indiana education resources and very brief Indiana political resources that you can subscribe… Continue Reading…

Book Lists

Top 5 Books for Teachers to Read this Summer   For educators, summer is a time to relax, rejuvenate, replenish and learn new things to implement next school year. The summer of 2020 is a bit different for educators in… Continue Reading…

ClassroomProfessional Development

It is a fact that in the teaching profession, it remains important to learn and grow to improve your knowledge and skills. This not only makes you infinitely more employable, it also makes you better at your craft. Looking at skills you can develop to help your students succeed while improving your own teaching strategies is essential. When you look at how teachers should set goals for their continued professional development, there are a number of aspects that can be taken into account.

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