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September 12, 2019 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...

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September 10, 2019 Jeff Hersh

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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...

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September 3, 2019 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...

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August 27, 2019 Jeff Hersh

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New 2019 School Year Planning Tips for Teachers

After taking some time to relax and recharge, it’s time for teachers to start back to school...

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February 21, 2019

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The Differences in How Technology is Used in Varying Grade Levels

Technology continues to evolve as teachers and administrators craft the education of today’s students. As more administrators introduce technology-based educational platforms into their schools, teachers of all grade levels find ways to use these effective new tools. As students grow through the...

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February 19, 2019

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Benefits of Academic Intervention

Not all students achieve at the same level at the same time. Differentiating learning is a common method used to help reach all students at their various levels. Sometimes students need extra attention, or intervention, to help them focus and improve particular skills. Academic intervention is a...

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February 12, 2019

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Fostering Leadership Skills in the Classroom

Creating new leaders starts in the classroom. Leadership skills may seem innate, but there are ways to cultivate leadership qualities in any student by employing specific strategies and skills. No matter the grade level, teachers can equip their students with leadership skills they will employ...

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February 5, 2019

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Teaching Hamlet with Castle Learning

William Shakespeare's plays may have been written over 400 years ago, but the themes, characters, and lessons found in the plays are still relevant today. Shakespeare tapped into the psychology of human beings and explored stories in both genres of Tragedy and Comedy. Hamlet is one of the most...

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February 1, 2019

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How Technology Can Help Critical Reading Skills

Reading is a fundamental skill needed in all subject areas and grade levels. Comprehension and synthesis of information shapes how successful students will be in their studies. Critical reading requires students to engage in the text at higher levels. They aren’t just absorbing information, but...

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January 30, 2019

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Teacher Tips: How to Manage Stress

Teachers know their careers require them to work hard well beyond the school day. There are conferences and communication with parents, lesson plans, grading, and professional development activities, just to name a few of the many after school responsibilities for teachers. It’s no wonder...

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January 29, 2019

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Top 5 District Challenges and How Castle Learning Can Help

Ask five school administrators across the country about the challenges facing their district and many will come up with similar concerns. Running a school district that meets the highest standards for students is no easy task. No matter where the district is geographically, the same five...

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January 22, 2019

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Teaching Othello with Castle Learning

William Shakespeare's plays may have been written over 400 years ago, but the themes, characters, and lessons found in the plays are still relevant today. Shakespeare tapped into the psychology of human beings and explored stories in both genres of Tragedy and Comedy. Othello is one of the most...

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January 18, 2019

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Jeff Hersh

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Change the Routine: How Critical Thinking Questions Can Improve Student Reflection

Teachers are always looking for new ways to challenge their students to engage their critical thinking skills. Critical thinking requires more than regurgitating facts. It requires students to analyze, reason, predict, communicate ideas, and problem solve. Students need these skills to build a...

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January 10, 2019

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Jeff Hersh

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Paper vs. Digital: The Classroom Debate

For many teachers and parents, memories of school include plenty of notebooks, paper, pens and pencils. Whether it was writing out answers to essay questions in booklets or filling out bubbles that required number 2 pencils, an essential part of learning included paper. As our world becomes more...

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