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When we help one another, accept one another and learn from one another, our actions create a force that is stronger than violence and hatred. This...
Marlana Martinelli
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Editor's Note: This blog post by Marlana Martinelli originally appeared on We Are Teachers . Teachers are “sharers” by nature , but with all the...
Amber Chandler
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Repeat after me : I am an expert in (fill in the blank with your subject). It sounds like this: I am an expert at teaching English . Practice it...
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At the start of a new school year , many of the tasks teachers have to complete are physical ones such as arranging desks; creating bulletin boards;...
Ann F. Lewis
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Aug. 26, 2015 , is the 95th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which guaranteed women’s right to vote and became a milestone...
Brian Sztabnik
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Who doesn’t want to have more influence, work on solving big problems, and earn a little extra money for doing it? Traditionally, there were only two...
Sara Ketcham
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The final countdown to school has begun , and with it comes that crunchy time period of trying to squeeze in full relaxation and total preparation...
Sandy Cappelli
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This past school year, my students and I entered a new realm of teaching and learning. We created a one-to-one blended learning environment. I use...
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When speaking with teachers , I always hear that your job doesn’t stop when the school day ends. There’s tutoring, coaching sports, and monitoring...
Amber Chandler
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This week , I’m meeting a new teacher at our school. Someone else will be her “official” mentor, and this kind of encounter is always awkward, like a...