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30 Logical Classroom Consequence Ideas

30 Logical Classroom Consequence Ideas

​​That’s the 3rd time I’ve asked Johnny to stop talking to his classmate while I’m teaching. I probably need to give him a consequence if it happens again, but what consequence will I give? What will actually be effective?  It’s not always easy to know how to deal with discipline issues as they arise. Coming up…

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All the Best Teaching Solutions for 2020 (Includes Remote Learning, Hybrid Learning, Social Distancing, and More!)

All the Best Teaching Solutions for 2020

Teachers are gearing up for what is possibly the most challenging school year any teacher has ever faced in modern history. School districts are wavering between in-person learning with social distancing guidelines, online learning, or a hybrid learning model with a mix of the two. As the numbers of COVID-19 cases fluctuate, recommendations change rapidly.…

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How to Fast Track Your ESL Students’ Progress

How to Fast-Track your ESL Students' Progress

Teaching English as a second language to ESL students is daunting, even for experienced and skilled teachers. The process becomes even more perplexing when you have students who can barely understand English and you don’t know their language either. You’ll need to have a lot of patience when teaching English to beginners and when communicating…

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Teacher Tech Tools for Digital or Blended Learning

Teacher Tech Tools for Digital or Blended Learning

One of the many things school closures taught us was the importance of having effective, digital tools at your fingertips. When the school closures were first announced, everyone was in an emergency, panic mode and no one had time to fully research online tools before picking one. It’s becoming clear that technology will play some role…

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Reimagining Better Schools Post-Covid

Reimagining Better Schools Post-Covid

Covid closures completely upended the school year. And now, as we consider heading back new year, we have no idea what that might look like.But regardless of the form school takes 2020-21, we can and should be asking bigger questions. How can we take the lessons we’ve learned during these closures and reimagine schools in…

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