Parents In The Classroom

I recently read about a school in Rhode Island that holds classes for parents. What is the subject you ask? Common Core mathematics–a class held for parents to learn how they can help their elementary-age child with math homework.
The classes have brought about a mixture of both positive and negative feedback. While some […]

GRADUATE Course – Standards and Communications in Teaching

“I really enjoyed the course. It was straight forward and easy to use. The instructor was very elaborate in her responses, and helped to clarify questions. All responses were received in a timely manner as well. It was a great course with good pacing and I learned lots of material in a short […]

SELF-STUDY: Enhancing the Classroom Learning Environment (10 hours)

“Discover effective ways to ensure your students have an optimal learning environment – both in class and at home”
Welcome to this dual course aimed to help you understand more about enhancing the classroom learning environment. This dual course consists of the following 5 hour courses:

Bulletin Boards- Ideas for Every […]

What Tech Tools Can I Use To Schedule Class Activities Efficiently?

What Tech Tools Can I Use To Schedule Class Activities Efficiently?

You are an enthusiastic, committed teacher, convinced that education is more than just covering certain lessons printed in a book. So you devote a lot of your time preparing inquiry-based lessons, putting together activities that will challenge your students and then teaching or coaching in creative and engaging ways. But you want to […]

SELF-STUDY: Public Speaking for Teachers (5 hours)

“Discover successful strategies to enhance your public speaking skills, and communicate effectively with your audience”

A competent and resourceful teacher must be able to effectively relate to and communicate with students, the school community, peers, parents and even school support structures such as the school board or the PTA. However, […]

SELF STUDY: Partnering With Parents (5 hours)

Do you have a child you know can soar
if she had extra help learning at home?
Partnering with parents is a way to support students.
Many parents need motivation and support to help them partner with the teacher. In our profession as teachers, we must partner with the parents of our […]

Teachers joining with parents to create change

Teachers joining with parents to create change

The need to grow and provide a better educational experience has been recognized by both teachers and schools today. But, where do we start? And, how can we ensure that what we start carries on? So many schools and classroom try out new ideas and strategies, which fizzle out in a matter of […]

What are the Causes for Challenging Behaviors in Children?

What are the Causes for Challenging Behaviors in Children?

A student’s behavior is not random but is determined by one or more root causes or behavioral drivers, the most common of which include:
Social attention (adult or peer)
A student may call out sarcastic comments in class because she gets peer attention for doing so.
Escape or avoidance of tasks, settings, or situations
A student who […]

Get Teens Reading with New 12 books in 12 months Adventure Series

On New Year’s Eve, Cal is chased down the street by a staggering, sick man with a deadly warning…“They killed your father. They’ll kill you. You must survive the next 365 days.”


Hurled into a life on the run the 15-year-old fugitive is isolated and alone. Hunted by the law and ruthless criminals, Cal […]

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