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Asking Effective Questions in the Classroom

Do you ever feel like your students aren’t listening when you ask them questions in class? If you’re looking for ways to make your students more engaged, this blog post is perfect for you. Today, we’ll discuss how asking effective questions can help create an engaging learning environment that encourages critical thinking, fosters discussion, checks for understanding, and

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Ideas for Celebrating Birthdays in the Classroom

Birthday celebrations in the classroom are always a fun and exciting time. Whether you’re celebrating your student’s special day or just wanting to add excitement to the school year, there are many ways to make it memorable. From creating a birthday bulletin board filled with cards from each student, throwing a themed party, or giving out small gifts,

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Top 5 Free Resources for Teachers

Are you a teacher looking for ways to engage students and make learning more interactive? Plenty of free resources available online can help you do just that. In this blog post, we’ll be exploring the top 5 free resources for teachers. From virtual field trips to educational games, these tools will allow you to bring the classroom experience

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Work Politics in School and How to Deal With it

You’re a teacher in the classroom and you have to deal with work politics daily. Whether it’s students vying for favoritism or staff trying to protect their turf, it can be a challenge navigating the politics of the classroom. But don’t worry–you can handle this! Here are some tips on effectively managing work politics in the classroom. After

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Tips for Running Extra Curricular Activities

Want fun new ways to engage your students outside of the classroom? If so, running extracurricular activities can be a great way to do this. Extracurricular activities are an essential part of any school’s curriculum. They can help foster your students’ creativity, teamwork, and problem-solving skills. Whether running an after-school club or planning a field trip, there are

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School Trip Ideas and How to Organize Them

Curious about a fun and educational activity for your class, club, or organization? A school trip is a perfect way to get away from the classroom and explore new places. Whether planning an overnight or just a day trip, plenty of exciting possibilities will inspire your students to learn more about their world. But organizing a successful school

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