How Beliefs-Led Language Arts Instruction Connects Us to the Greater Purpose of Literacy
What we do, and how we do it, has to be grounded in the why — our core beliefs about teaching and the language arts. — Linda Rief
How to Have a Healthy School Year
On this segment of Monmouth in Focus, Freeholder John P. Curley talks about ways to have a healthy new school year with host Cynthia Scott.
How to Finish the School Year Strong
Listen to some sage advice from MHS high school students as the last weeks of the school year wind down. To learn more about Milton Hershey School, visit mhs...
Organizing Tips for a Smarter School Year
These fun finds and simple fix-ups will help you stream line morning routines, cutback on homework stress, and turn your house into a launchpad for ou
How to Beat Procrastination This School Year
5 Teaching Tips for the New School Year
I am starting to get excited for the 2018-2019 school year. In this video I share 5 things that I am going to work on in the upcoming school year. Hopefully ...
5 Ways to Stay Healthy This School Year
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10 Reasons to Try Genius Hour This School Year
Genius Hour isn't just a time for students to choose what they want to learn. It's a time for them to find themselves in their creative work. ~ A.J. Juliani
10 reasons to try Genius Hour this school year
Genius Hour might be the spark your students need to boost engagement and produce independent learners. Here are some reasons to try it.
The Library's guide to surviving the end of the school year
The Library's guide to surviving the end of the school year Tuesday, May 17th, 2016 Another school year is drawing to an end and summer break will be here before you know it. The next few weeks will be filled with final exams, end of the year projects, field trips and preparation for summer camps and vacations. Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is here to help your family survive and thrive 1. Homework help Library cardholders get free homework help from a live, online, qualified…
End Your School Year with What Matters Most
Beginnings and endings are important. They’re memorable. They stick out to us. Star Wars: A New Hope opens with an attack on Princess Leia’s starship, and it ends with the ...
Three Tips to Start the School Year Right
With the new school year quickly approaching, how are you planning on approaching the first few days back?
5 technology trends for the new school year
It’s fair to say technology is ubiquitous in many classrooms, but because it changes constantly, educators are challenged to keep pace with what’s new and next in the classroom. Some…
School-Year Screen-Time Rules from a Teacher
Take it from a middle school teacher and mom: Kids need to manage their online activities -- and parents need to help them do it. Advice from Common Sense Media editors.
11 Tips for a Less Stressful School Year
Even on a good day, being a mother of three children challenges my organizational skills. One of my children has special needs. Sending my daughter with disabilities to our neighborhood school takes extra organization and planning. I have discovered an important survival strategy for a happy life–Always get things done ahead of time. If something... View Article
How to Prepare For The Next School Year . . . Now
It's the time of year when students start setting their sights on summer vacation. And, let’s be honest, teachers do too! Your to-do list may seem jam-packed, but if you can spare a little time to prepare for the next school year, you’ll enjoy a smooth transition when the first bell rings.
Here's what Forsyth Central's stadium will look like next school year
At the February meeting of the Forsyth County Board of Education held on Feb. 19, members unanimously approved six different renovation projects to school facilities and vehicles, which were voted for by the public in the 2018 school bond referendum.
Blog Series: What the End of Another School Year Means to Me
In my back-to-school post on BVP Musings ( What the First Day of a New School Year Means To Me: Thoughts from a Converted Co...
What Windows 10 Device Should Your Students Be Using This School Year?
This year at ISTE, I had the opportunity to sit down with the Windows Device team at the Microsoft Education booth. Shindy and Javier talked with me about the power of inking, and what advantages it brings to the classroom.
How to Recognize, Avoid, and Stop Stereotype Threat in Your Class this School Year
What can I do in my position to change outcomes for kids? As teachers, we don’t always have a say in decisions that are made in our buildings, the pacing for curriculum, or the content of a professional development day.