Vote Now For Your Favorite Below!!!! The winner gets a $250 gift certificate. Entry 1: Keely Rock. Gardiner Middle School. Ms. Rock is my daughters teacher in a couple different classes at her first year of middle school. It is obvious that Ms. Rock loves her students and would do almost...
Listen This is the second in our series that is attempting to provide ideas to use for remote learning during the current pandemic and beyond. These are simple activities that can be used in a variety of ways, and our goal is to provide everything you need to take and...
Listen For most of us, the notion of remote learning is a totally foreign experience, but many of the things we have been doing in class can be translated to fit into this new platform. The reality is that not all parents are properly equipped to teach heavy content, and...
Listen Watch Can you tell us about yourself? "Hey guys, Amanda Reeves here. I am a teacher at Quitman High School in Quitman, Mississippi. I am teaching algebra one and I'm also the department chair for math. I coached two varsity sports and I am the sponsor for two organizations...
Listen UPDATE 2: 3/14/2020, 5:30 P.M. The free version of Zoom is back up and in order. UPDATE: (3/13/2020, 12:31 P.M.) We recommended Zoom below as a free service, but in the past 12 hours, we’ve become aware that their free services are temporarily suspended because they are overwhelmed...
Listen As more and more schools are extending breaks and/or turning to online instruction in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, more and more teachers and administrators find themselves going a little stir crazy. It’s been impressive and truly beautiful to see various educational resources, publishers, instructional platforms, internet providers, school...
Listen Watch Can you tell us about yourself? "Hello. My name is Whitney Prenger. I am the principal at Vejar Elementary School and we are in Walnut Valley unified school district in California." Why did you start a career in education? "Question number two, why did I start a...
Listen With states and districts closing schools suddenly due to the pandemic, some teachers are finding themselves with two weeks of “early summer”, extended spring break, or even voluntary time at home otherwise avoiding illness. If you’re faced with seemingly endless hours with little to do (after you’re tired of...
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