Here in the US, we have this holiday that comes around every October which used to always catch me off guard. And I'm guessing the same thing may have happened to many of you. I am referring to that day called Boss’s Day which is on October 16th this year. We decided to give you a “heads-up” this year … Continue reading Boss’s Day Gift Ideas
Most standardized tests employ multiple-choice questions. Here’s a list of test-taking strategies that students should use to answer multiple-choice questions: Read the entire question first. Students read the entire question first to make sure they understand what it’s asking. For questions about a reading passage, students read the questions first to guide their reading. Look … Continue reading Test Taking Strategies
Sometimes we forget the easy influence we have in the lives of those around us. Or maybe we are not even aware of our influence. We live in a world with a lot of critical and hate speech all around us. Some of us even may make a practice of laughing at others when they … Continue reading Educators: Your Gratitude Can Improve the Lives of Your Students!
Here is a scary thought: “the United States prison system forecasts its space needs based on current discipline data captured in our schools.” And even scarier is the fact that “this number has nearly doubled since 1974, with a notable escalation in the mid-1990s as zero tolerance policies were put into place.” (7 Mindsets; Teaching … Continue reading Five Ways To Improve School Culture
Many teachers all around the country live with stress every day. When we live in constant stress, our brains start to downshift. According to scholars Geoffrey Caine and Renate Nummela Caine, “downshifting is a psychophysiological response to threat that results in a sense of helplessness or fatigue. A downshifted person has a nagging sense of … Continue reading Self-Care For Educators