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Five Ways to Bring Creativity Back to the Middle Grades – Education Week Teacher
“creativity gives students the freedom and encouragement to explore complex topics and analyze intricate details. Any teacher can bring creativity into the middle-school classroom with this
23 Microsoft Free Teaching Tools for Educators – eLearning Industry
“23 Microsoft Free Teaching Tools for Educators Are you interested in a list of 23 free teaching tools that you can use in your classroom? From helping students learn through interactive 3D
NASA Image and Video Library
“NASA Image and Video Library consolidates imagery spread across 60 collections into one searchable locations. Users can embed content in their own sites and choose
ClassHook: The Engaging Time Saver for Teachers Searching for Media Resources
search by grade level, subject, and clip length. The video segments are entertaining and educational. They scan the clips for profanity and have experienced teachers vetting the video segments.
25 Inspirational Quotes for Teachers (Infographic)
The SQ3R Reading Method
“SQ3R is a reading strategy formed from its letters: Survey! Question! Read! Recite! Review! SQ3R will help you build a framework to understand your reading assignment.”
edWeb.net – Registration
“Mathematics for Young Learners is a free professional learning community (PLC) that provides a platform, advice and support in helping educators learn methods, ideas, and strategies
edWeb.net – Registration
“Be a Literacy Hero in the K-5 Classroom is a free professional learning community (PLC) dedicated to helping K-5 educators activate every student’s greatest superpower: the power of literacy
8 digital life skills all children need – and a plan for teaching them | World Economic Forum
“Privacy management: the ability to handle with discretion all personal information shared online to protect one’s and others’ privacy Critical thinking: the ability to distinguish
Empowering Girls to Become Future STEM leaders
girl-centric and culturally responsive design process for recruiting and retaining girls in STEM “girls prefer subjects where they can see the impact they are making in the world
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