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8 Great STEM Lesson Ideas For the Winter Olympics

The PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games begin on February 9. Every two years Olympic competition sparks excitement in...
Michael Comer
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By Michael Comer | 5 Feb
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How Philosophical Chairs Can Teach the Importance of Tolerance

With so much going on in our world today, there is a need...
Kelisa Wing
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By Kelisa Wing | 31 Jan
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By Francis Fennell | 17 Jan
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An Andon Cord for Teachers

In the 1950's Toyota implemented the Andon Cord. It was a physical rope that followed the...
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By Chris Gleason | 11 Jan
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Our Top 3 Fresh Ideas for Teaching Blog Posts from 2017!

As the year comes to an end, we looked back on the year to...
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By Walter Rodriguez | 14 Dec
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3 Ways to Embrace New Technology in Your Classroom

The technology we use is continuously changing. As a...
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By Becca Foxwell | 7 Dec
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Finding Your Inner Teacher Leader

What’s it like to be that ‘one in a million' teacher of the year?  Only a few of us...
Leslie Ford
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By Leslie Ford | 5 Dec
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Giving Your Students the Choice and Voice

In our lives, we gravitate towards things for two...
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By Pam Allyn | 27 Nov
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Moving from Conversation to Action

I am guilty in the past of complaining about students. One student, Mike, caused much...
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By Kelisa Wing | 13 Nov