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March 20, 2020 castlelearning

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eLearning with Castle Learning (Video)

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If your district is considering or has closed onsite classes for a...

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March 16, 2020 castlelearning

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eLearning - Webinars and Teacher Guide

The current health crisis relating to the COVID-19 virus is making everyone consider all options...

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March 6, 2020 castlelearning

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School Cancelled? Castle Learning Can Help!

School is cancelled due to weather or possibly other circumstances, maybe for an extended period...

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December 2, 2019 Jeff Hersh

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Castle Learning's Guide To Preparing For a Substitute Teacher

Great teachers are known for giving every ounce of energy they have to make sure their work is...

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October 15, 2019

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Jeff Hersh

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Using Castle Learning For Elementary English

Castle Learning offers tools and solutions to help educators teach Elementary English. Reading, writing, and grammar skills taught in elementary school pave the way for students’ future successes. The goal of Castle Learning’s Elementary English program is to assist teachers in creating a solid...

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October 7, 2019

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Jeff Hersh

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Three Key Elements of Staff Development

Schools are always looking for new professional development opportunities to help teachers and staff be more effective. As methodologies and practices continue to evolve, it’s up to administrators to set up avenues for their teachers to learn. Improving techniques and mastering methods ensures...

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October 3, 2019

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Jeff Hersh

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Teaching Death of a Salesman with Castle Learning

Arthur Miller’s play, “Death of a Salesman,” was first released in 1949 and continues to be studied and performed regularly. The play challenges the concept of the “American Dream” as it follows an aging salesman who has not found the promise of success in his life as he expected. 

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September 27, 2019

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Jeff Hersh

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Castle Learning Tips for Creating a Stress Free Classroom

Working can cause stress because of the high expectations we put upon ourselves to achieve.  Teachers know that though working in education is highly rewarding, it requires constant multitasking, from classroom management and instruction to teamwork and planning.   

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September 25, 2019

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Jeff Hersh

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1:1 School Technology Initiative Overview

Technology continues to evolve into an essential tool for the classroom.  Regardless of grade or level, educators understand the importance of creating future-ready students and utilizing the innate tech-based skills children bring with them to school. Many school districts are launching 1:1...

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September 24, 2019

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Jeff Hersh

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Changing Grade Levels: What to Consider Before Making the Switch

The best teachers are the ones who always keep their skills sharp and seek out new challenges. The eagerness to continue to learn is the spirit we want to instill in students, and it starts with the teacher’s own drive.

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September 23, 2019

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Jeff Hersh

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Back-to-School Tips: Diving Back into Homework

Teachers often charge into the new school year ready to dive into lessons and acquaint students with their expectations and goals for the year. Most teachers rev up weeks before the official first day of school. Students, however, can find the transition more abrupt. After all, they just spent...

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September 12, 2019

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Jeff Hersh

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Castle Learning Integrates with LMS Services

A new school year means new opportunities for educators to upgrade their tools and make improvements to teaching methods. Castle Learning is continually offering new features and integrations to best support teachers.  

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September 10, 2019

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Teaching A Streetcar Named Desire with Castle Learning

A Streetcar Named Desire is a landmark American play written by Tennessee Williams. It opened on stage in 1947. The play depicts post-World War II New Orleans. It explores the changes in society as America came out of the war with new optimism, marching towards social changes that left the old...

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September 3, 2019

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Jeff Hersh

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Teaching The Glass Menagerie with Castle Learning

Tennessee Williams’ play, The Glass Menagerie, was first performed in 1944 and continues to be studied and performed regularly.  It is considered a “memory play” as the story is told from the view of Tom Wingfield about his time working and supporting his mother and sister in the city of St....

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