This week I want to celebrate my the work that my extremely gifted colleagues do. They each bring unique gifts to the table, gifts that...
This post gives thanks for the many people who support teachers and one organization that helps get the entire nation involved.
With the start of this school year, I unexpectedly lost my mother. She was in her early 60s and had battled cancer for 18 years.
On a quest to teach my students the importance of gratitude, I forgot to take the time to recognize it within myself.
Printable resources and information to help teach and monitor fluency
This week I plan to relax, spend time with family and friends, and reflect on all the people and opportunities I've been blessed with.
This is a lesson with resources and examples for engaging middle school students in projects illustrating polyhedrons.
Use audio letters from a Wampanoag boy and a Pilgrim girl to harvest a fresh batch of holiday historians.
Geography doesn’t have to be boring or banished. Here are five fun, hands-on projects that will have your students begging for more...