A Streetcar Named Desire is a landmark American play written by Tennessee Williams. It opened on...
After a (hopefully) restful summer break, it’s time for teachers to dive back into the taxing routine of the school year. Early rising, busy days of teaching, planning, prepping; and evenings spent teaching, coaching, planning, prepping and grading leaves little time to take care of oneself.
The first day of classes can be a frenzy for everyone. Students are excited and nervous to see who will be in their classes, administrators are excited and hope the school machine is running as expected, and the teachers are prepared to start off on the right foot with their new classes.
You made it! It’s officially summer vacation. And the only people more excited about this time of year than kids… are their teachers! As you pack for days spent lounging on the beach or poolside, here’s a list of great novels out now, perfect to read in-between dozing in the sun.
Summer is the biggest season for movies. While it seems that most summer blockbusters are made with kids in mind, this is a great reason for teachers to get to the theater and discover potential lesson plans that can excite and engage their students in the Fall.
School's out! For Summer!
The time of the year when teachers finally have a chance to breathe is also when parents sometimes find themselves suddenly overwhelmed with the prospect of having their children home all day.
What can easily turn into an avalanche of junk food, full days glued to...
Today’s savvy teachers know they have to be up-to-date on how students are communicating and getting information and content. They also know that motivating students is key to guiding them to success. Here are five ways teachers can motivate their students to engage and retain what they learned in...