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The “aha” moment is what teachers live for. The practical magic of learning, of reaching and inspiring young minds, has many approaches.
Here are a few facets of classroom resources to help you:
Check out some best picks among the multitude of class lessons on the web that can give you a good start for planning and get the creative wheels turning.
Honing your professional skills, working with parents, and having a stronger impact on student achievement are all within reach. Here are tools to assist you.
You have a fantastic idea for making a subject truly come to life. All you need is some money to turn into a classroom reality. Here are some donor organizations waiting to read your proposal.
Here are some opportunities for teachers to supplement traditional classroom learning with other educational experiences.
Whether based on prejudice about someone’s race, religion, ethnicity or sexuality or just because a kid is different, bullying in school has had consequences for both victims and bullies. Find out what you can do to help, with these anti-bullying resources, or download the BRAVE resource guide for your school.
Read the New York Teacher feature story about a successful peer mediation program at a Queens elementary school and view the mediator's script used by that program's director.