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Typing Millionaire

Learning to Type = Rich? Does learning how to type have anything to do with becoming a millionaire? Checkout this podcast cut from Dave Ramsey’s financial education podcast where this individual attributes a large part of his financial success in life to two big things:1) Typing2) Financial literacy class where he learned the power of […]

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How to Excel With Your Next Classroom Observation

Embarking on a self-guided classroom observation journey can be a game-changer for teachers looking to enhance their teaching methods and boost student success. This post will explore a comprehensive, step-by-step approach to help you informally observe your teaching, reflect on your practices, and make impactful changes. By embracing this self-reflective process, you’ll unlock your potential

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How to Incorporate Themed Lesson Plan Ideas

Need help teaching a group of energetic young minds while keeping them engaged and eager to learn? Try themed lesson plans to create a dynamic and enjoyable learning atmosphere. These lesson plan ideas will help captivate students, build connections across subjects, enhance knowledge retention, and stimulate creativity.  In this blog post, we’ll delve into the

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How to be a Good Mentor to Aspiring Teachers

Do you want to make a powerful, lasting change in your fellow teachers’ lives? Then mentoring is for you. Mentoring is essential to personal and professional development and significantly shapes aspiring teachers’ careers. And being a good mentor involves possessing certain qualities that help to establish a positive and productive mentoring relationship. This blog post

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Ideas for Tracking Student Progress

Ever wondered how you can better track your student’s progress? As educators, we understand it’s essential. Tracking progress helps us pinpoint strengths, weaknesses, and learning gaps, enabling us to provide targeted support and enhance overall academic achievement. In today’s fast-paced educational world, staying on top of our student’s growth is more important than ever. But

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