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  • Many teens are not sufficiently engaged in learning activities, or the wider school environment. Reality Therapy encourages behaviors that can improve teens' effort and motivation in school.

    Promote  Teen School Engagement With Reality Therapy

    Promote Teen School Engagement With Reality Therapy

    by Yvette Stupart PhD10

  • Frogs are fascinating creatures for young children. They make excellent specimens for the live study of life cycles or metamorphosis as the young are quite easy to raise to adulthood. How many young boys (and girls too) have revelled in the adventure of frogging at a nearby pond or water body. I am sure there are far less who have had this experience compared to the older generation. As well, many students will again encounter these creatures in the high school laboratory.

    Life Cycle of a Frog: Lesson Plan for Elementary Students

    Life Cycle of a Frog: Lesson Plan for Elementary Students

    by Teresa Coppens30

  • Many students have had issues with art teachers who do not want them to draw anime, furries, comic book characters, Disney characters, etc. Here's my take on this.

    Art Teachers vs. Anime-Style Drawings

    Art Teachers vs. Anime-Style Drawings

    by Rachael Lefler1

  • What is the best thing about being a teacher? No, it's not the summer holidays, although those are definitely a good benefit. Light bulb moments, relationships and the ability to learn every day, and more. These are the ten best things about being a teacher. The great things about teaching are not related to money or selfish pursuits.

    The Top Ten Best Things About Being a Teacher

    The Top Ten Best Things About Being a Teacher

    by Sharilee Swaity220

  • Writing an historical research paper can be stressful. It can be worse when the instructor requires you to choose the topic and create your own thesis statement. But not any topic will be acceptable. And it can't be too broad. Your topic has to be...

    Choosing an Historical Research Topic

    Choosing an Historical Research Topic

    by Rebecca Graf0

  • The reputations of Chi Omega, Delta Zeta, Alpha Phi, Delta Gamma, Delta Delta Delta, Zeta Tau Alpha, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Alpha Chi Omega, Pi Beta Phi, and Katta Delta.

    Sorority Reputations and Stereotypes

    Sorority Reputations and Stereotypes

    by Jason Menayan54

  • While many people write for fun and profit, “spreading the word” is actually serious business; readers want accurate reporting and “the whole story.” Journalism, in one of its simplest forms, is the dissemination of information to a wide range of audiences. Writing and publishing for online sources has become all the rage these days, whether you’re composing thoughts for a blog or creating serious copy for news and information websites.

    Basics of Journalism

    Basics of Journalism

    by Teri Silver8

  • This guide will teach you how to make a simple yet powerful equatorial sundial using household materials step by step with photos. By the end of this, you will have a very impressive and fully functional sundial!

    How To Make An Equatorial Sundial - With Photos

    How To Make An Equatorial Sundial - With Photos

    by Susan W29

  • Year-round school is an alternative method of instruction. It has advantages and disadvantages for parent and student. Let's look at the basics and what some teens have to say about it.

    What Teens Think About Year-Round School

    What Teens Think About Year-Round School

    by Dianna Mendez41

  • You've gotten into grad school...now how are you going to survive it? Tips for those starting graduate school, from budgeting to on-campus services and buying textbooks.

    10 Tips for Beginning Graduate School

    10 Tips for Beginning Graduate School

    by Tiffany R Isselhardt4

  • Playing games about the periodic table of elements can be not only educational but also great fun. Games can help students learn both in school and at home.

    Periodic Table Games for Education and Fun

    Periodic Table Games for Education and Fun

    by Linda Crampton50

  • Grading writing assignments is one of the more time consuming and thankless tasks of teaching. These tips and techniques will help you power through your piles of papers faster!

    How to Grade Assignments Faster

    How to Grade Assignments Faster

    by Kymberly Fergusson11

  • With the implementation of the Common Core Standards, you may be facing the prospect of teaching Shakespeare for the first time. Here are some exciting ideas for making it fun!

    Teaching Shakespeare the Fun Way

    Teaching Shakespeare the Fun Way

    by Sharilee Swaity27

  • Looking for farewell messages or retirement wishes for a teacher and mentor that you can write in a card or speech? Get your goodbye note or farewell speech sample from the list below.

    Farewell Message for a Teacher and Mentor

    Farewell Message for a Teacher and Mentor

    by Oyewole Folarin3

  • Learn how to make glow in the dark bubbles, frozen bubbles, square bubbles, how to light bubbles on fire, and even how to hold bubbles in your hands.

    Bubble Science Experiments

    Bubble Science Experiments

    by Candace Bacon63

  • While most people experience some anxiety during exams, too much could affect your concentration and performance. Take steps to reduce test anxiety and achieve exam success.

    7 Tips to Successfully Overcome Test Anxiety

    7 Tips to Successfully Overcome Test Anxiety

    by Yvette Stupart PhD10

  • You have applied for a student visa to study in Germany, but unfortunately your student visa has been refused. You are devastated and can't figure out why your visa was refused. Here are some reasons.

    6 Major Reasons for Rejection of German Student Visa

    6 Major Reasons for Rejection of German Student Visa

    by CK Amoabeng162

  • Here are instructions on how to assemble a first aid kit for your college student's dorm room, including a checklist for bandages, medications, useful tools and more.

    How To Make a College Dorm First Aid Kit

    How To Make a College Dorm First Aid Kit

    by FlourishAnyway20

  • Introducing a Shakespeare to a group of teenagers or children can be a bit intimidating. Will they be put off by the archaic language and different setting? What resources should you use? One resource that is good to include is a movie. This article will help you decide how to use the movie most effectively as you teach Shakespeare.

    Teaching Shakespeare Through Film

    Teaching Shakespeare Through Film

    by Sharilee Swaity10

  • Based on national rankings, these are the best nursing schools for the undergrad degrees AN, LPN, LVN, RN, and BSN in the Bay Area. University of San Francisco has ranked number one since 2016.

    Top 5 Nursing Schools in the San Francisco Bay Area

    Top 5 Nursing Schools in the San Francisco Bay Area

    by Patty Inglish8

  • This article describes many ways for high school or college students to study effectively for biology and do well on their tests and exams.

    How to Study for Biology

    How to Study for Biology

    by Linda Crampton68

  • A consistent and clear late submission policy can improve classroom morale, prevent arguments, and make dealing with the regular piles of marking much less stressful. If your school or co-teachers do not have a late work policy, make your teaching life easier - develop your own.

    Example Late Work Policies for Teachers

    Example Late Work Policies for Teachers

    by Kymberly Fergusson2

  • Error correction, when done properly, helps your students without them losing confidence. This article includes some simple approaches to correction of writing and speaking.

    How To Correct Errors—EFL/ESL Teachers

    How To Correct Errors—EFL/ESL Teachers

    by Andrew Spacey8

  • ProctorU is a company that monitors online college students as they take examinations. Having somebody stare at you for two hours never felt so rewarding (and uncomfortable.)

    ProctorU: A Firsthand Review from a Student

    ProctorU: A Firsthand Review from a Student

    by Mr-Mediocre3

  • If your student is telling you he only has four classes to study for, he may be telling the truth. Unlike traditional high school schedules with 6 or 7 periods a day, many high schools are using block scheduling. Block scheduling has taken America by storm in recent years. What, exactly, is block scheduling? And who really benefits from it: school districts, teachers, or students?

    What Is High School Block Scheduling? Block vs Traditional Schedules

    What Is High School Block Scheduling? Block vs Traditional Schedules

    by Natasha39

  • Easy and fun experiments with eggs. Grab a carton of eggs and try some egg-tremely cool science experiments like egg in a bottle and rubber eggs.

    Fun and Easy Egg Experiments for Kids

    Fun and Easy Egg Experiments for Kids

    by Candace Bacon81

  • Summarizing and paraphrasing are important everyday skills, that make studying and working much easier. These skills can be learned and improved upon with a little practice.

    How to Summarize and Paraphrase

    How to Summarize and Paraphrase

    by Kymberly Fergusson4

  • Need a getting started guide for Google Classroom? Help and support is on hand in this step-by-step tutorial for Google's new online learning platform for schools.

    Google Classroom Guide for Educators

    Google Classroom Guide for Educators

    by Jonathan Wylie81

  • Ice breakers are designed to help students get to know one another or introduce topics in a classroom. They help set the environment for positive learning.

    Challenging and Fun Classroom Ice Breakers

    Challenging and Fun Classroom Ice Breakers

    by Dianna Mendez45

  • You waited too long to write a paper, and now you're panicking. Don't sit around moping like that cat...spend ten minutes reading this article, and you'll be able to write a quality essay in no time!

    How to Write Any College Paper Last Minute

    How to Write Any College Paper Last Minute

    by Shanna9

  • It is always a challenge to discipline students as a Substitute Teacher. Using your training, common sense and these suggestions will help ensure that your day substituting in the classroom will be a successful one.

    How to Discipline Students as a Substitute Teacher

    How to Discipline Students as a Substitute Teacher

    by Glimmer Twin Fan54

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  • This is my story of teaching English from 2007 until 2010 in Thailand. I relive my experiences of teaching in government and private schools in the Bangkok area.

    What's It Like Teaching English in Thailand

    What's It Like Teaching English in Thailand

    by Paul Richard Kuehn15

  • For students with disabilities, assistive technology enables them to keep up with their classmates and to succeed in school. There is a variety of assistive technology available to help students with different kinds of special needs.

    How Assistive Technology Helps Students with Disabilities

    How Assistive Technology Helps Students with Disabilities

    by Cari Jean46

  • Randomization techniques and strategies are a great way to keep all of your students focused and engaged in the topics you are covering in class. Randomization techniques in the classroom also improve content retention and classroom camaraderie. Includes a video with the author sharing the various teaching methods and strategies described in the article.

    Teaching Methods: Randomization Techniques in the Classroom, Includes Examples and Video

    Teaching Methods: Randomization Techniques in the Classroom, Includes Examples and Video

    by Marisa Hammond Olivares30

  • Conversation classes are often unplanned and structure-less, or fall into the trap of patterned role-plays. Learn how to plan realistic and useful conversation lessons for your students.

    How to Teach an English Conversation Class

    How to Teach an English Conversation Class

    by Kymberly Fergusson33

  • Here are a few simple, fun tips to make studying bearable. Learn how to hit the books without losing your mind or falling asleep.

    How to Study Without Boredom

    How to Study Without Boredom

    by Christy Kirwan6

  • Concession stands are a great way to raise funds for school groups, events and sports teams. However, running one can be a daunting task. Make it easier with these tips and instructions.

    How to Run a School Concession Stand

    How to Run a School Concession Stand

    by Glimmer Twin Fan29

  • Word games are great for increasing kids' vocabularies. Here are four choices for improving vocabulary: Apples to Apples, Scrabble, Word Up, and Balderdash. A useful article for teachers and parents.

    Four Fun Board Games for Improving Kids' Vocabularies

    Four Fun Board Games for Improving Kids' Vocabularies

    by Sharilee Swaity39

  • There are several reasons why doing research is necessary. These include building knowledge and understanding issues. Its impact is not only for personal interests, but it benefits society as well.

    7 Reasons Why Research Is Important

    7 Reasons Why Research Is Important

    by Leann Zarah68

  • This article provides unique rubric template that creates an easily quantifiable way to ensure that struggling students feel success while at the same time pushing successful students to achieve their potential. The Slide Rubric is an exceptional source of student motivation.

    Rubrics for Teachers: Differentiation & The Slide Rubric

    Rubrics for Teachers: Differentiation & The Slide Rubric

    by wayseeker18

  • Are study skills important for success in school? Is success in school essential for success in life? And where does thinking come into all of this? These are important questions for teachers to ask.

    The Difference Between Studying and Learning

    The Difference Between Studying and Learning

    by Aya Katz30

  • Experience is showing that wise water management is key to the success of a civilization. This article shows what a career in this field could entail and how to get training.

    Land Use vs. Watershed Management Degrees

    Land Use vs. Watershed Management Degrees

    by watergeek3

  • Whether you are an education student or a teacher seeking a job, crafting your philosophy of teaching statement is an opportunity for personal growth and development. Learn what to include in your statement and what to avoid by following this template and reading a poor example and a good example of a philosophy of teaching statement.

    How to Write a Philosophy of Teaching Statement—Tips, Template, and Samples

    How to Write a Philosophy of Teaching Statement—Tips, Template, and Samples

    by Natasha20

  • There are several fun classroom activities that will get children interested in growing plants and finding out more about them. Some of these activities were what first captured my imagination as a child, and are the reason I still love growing plants to this day. I hope this Hub will give any teachers or parents, reading it, some good ideas they can try out on their pupils or children. I promise you the kids love it.

    Fun Classroom Activities and Experiments to Interest Kids in Growing Plants

    Fun Classroom Activities and Experiments to Interest Kids in Growing Plants

    by Cindy Lawson78

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