Know the signs of homesickness. There are several techniques teachers and parents can use to handle homesick students for a happier school experience. The post How to Handle Homesick Students appeared first on Edudemic.
Unlike many teachers who choose to work in schools because they were good students themselves, Michelle Carlson understands what it’s like to hate school. As a kid she couldn’t see the point of any of the material she was supposed
One of the first exercises Kyle Ware does with teachers in the Kentucky Shakespeare From the Page to the Stage development workshop is to get them on their feet and using the words of Shakespeare in action, in a game
Teachers in Littleton, Colorado — like teachers in many places — are increasingly asking students to read and write online. Free tools like Google Docs have made it easy for students to work on the same piece of writing at
Find better employment as an educator by knowing where teachers are needed most, what gives you the best chance of being hired and catching any red flags. The post Job Hunting Tips for Teachers appeared first on Edudemic.
Getting out of the classroom can benefit everyone — both teachers and students. Fresh air and fresh perspectives combine to allow for new types of creativity, for play, and for a chance to connect learning to life. The best of
Mention robots to many English teachers and they’ll immediately point down the hall to the science classroom or to the makerspace, if they have one. At many schools, if there’s a robot at all, it’s located in a science or
Teachers see first-hand how we grow and learn; each experience is as unique as the individual. And teachers have a trove of stories we don’t ever get to hear for a multitude of reasons, like lack of time or interest in knowing
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