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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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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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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…

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The 411 on the IN SAT Assessment Evidence-Based Reading and Writing Section – The Reading Test Written by Bill Reed   The ability to read for understanding, information, comprehension, and context are the important aspects of the Reading Test in… Continue Reading…

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Prioritizing Physical & Mental Health Despite Ongoing Stress Written by: Tiffany Creager, LSW, MSW   I was recently asked to come have a conversation with the staff at a non-profit agency about managing personal stress as they continue their great… Continue Reading…


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2020 was a HARD year! It brought a host of new struggles of educators around the world. Learning new things has always been a part of teaching and leading. What we learned in 2020 was that there are many new… Continue Reading…

Book Lists

Congratulations on your new teaching position! As educators, we commit to a life-time of learning. You will learn more in your first five years of teaching than you can possibly imagine. To help get you started, we put together a list of books for you. Check out our list of the 5 best books every new elementary teacher should read.


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.


Technology plays an important role in the new era of learning. There are lots of tech-based tools out there that can make learning easier and more fun. They encourage collaboration, facilitate communication between teachers and students, improve the administration of academic processes, and so much more. In this article, we will enumerate the top 10 digital tools for the classroom.

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