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Must-Have Teaching Apps

By Jamie Goodwin on February 03, 2019
Topics:  Teachers, High School, Classroom, Middle School, Technology

It seems like there’s an app for just about everything these days. Therefore, you probably aren’t too surprised to find that there are a lot of apps you can use to enhance your teaching, simplify...

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Should I Consider Teach for America?

By Peter Poer on February 03, 2019
Topics:  Teachers, Student Teaching, Career

For the uninitiated, Teach for America is an alternative certification program that recruits people to become teachers in high needs schools for a commitment of two years. TFA is a fairly...

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Tips for New Teachers: Finding a Teaching Mentor

By Allison White on February 02, 2019
Topics:  Teachers, Career

Mentors can make all the difference for a first-year teacher. Mentors provide you with support, guidance, and advice on things like classroom management to help your teaching career get off to a...

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Fun Teaching Games to Try in Your Classroom

By Jamie Goodwin on January 30, 2019
Topics:  Teachers, High School, Classroom, Middle School, Elementary

Incorporating games into your lessons is one of many teaching strategies. And it has many benefits. First, it is a great way to get students up and moving! Giving your students a chance to get out...

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How to Deal with Parents as a Teacher

By David Recine on January 30, 2019
Topics:  Teachers, Classroom, Career

Research organizations, government agencies and news reporters all concur: parental involvement is one of the biggest factors—perhaps the biggest factor—in a child’s academic achievement. For ...

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Can I Become a Teacher Without an Education Degree?

By Allison White on January 29, 2019
Topics:  Teachers, Career

Good question! The traditional path to teaching is to earn an education degree and your teaching licensure at the same time. However, while that is the most common path, it is definitely not the...

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What Subject Should You Teach? How to Decide

By David Recine on January 25, 2019
Topics:  Teachers, Student Teaching, Career

So you want to become a teacher. But what subject should you teach? This is a big decision because different subjects require different teacher training. Ideally, you should pick a subject to...

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Must Have Technology in the Classroom for 2018

Technology advancements have changed the way teachers do a lot of things in the classroom. Not only is technology helpful, but it’s become necessary for a lot of things. As 2017 ends and the new...

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What Are My Options for Alternative Teacher Certification?

By David Recine on January 23, 2019
Topics:  Teachers, Career

The National Education Association and the U.S. Department of Education both report that alternative paths to teacher certification are on the rise. More and more, paths to certification that do...

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Grants for Classroom Supplies

By Allison White on January 23, 2019
Topics:  Teachers, High School, Classroom, Middle School, Elementary

It’s no secret that teachers are often stuck paying for classroom supplies from their own pockets. That really adds up (especially if you need elementary school teaching supplies). But did you...

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