Create Your Classroom Wish List with #ClearTheLists

It’s no secret that many teachers spend their own money on classroom supplies each year. #clearthelists is a call to action to directly address this issue. Teachers are creating their own unique classroom lists – usually through Amazon – and relying on the kindness and generosity of strangers to help them fulfill their classroom supply […]

Can Your Students Trust The Internet?

They Can Find Out, Using the CRAAP Test Since humans have used language to communicate, strategies have been developed to trick one another. In the past, these strategies have included propaganda, scams, deception, and more. In today’s internet era, students struggle with these tricks and others – like information abundance, data filtering, and fake news. […]

I’m a Teacher – Now What

Congratulations! You’ve got a job as a new teacher! Welcome to a fulfilling, challenging, noble, stressful, and ultimately rewarding profession! You, like many other new teachers, are probably asking yourself: I’m a Teacher – Now What? Compiled below is the I’m a Teacher – Now What Guide – a short list of resources and advice […]

Smartphones – The Importance of Appropriate Use

Preventing the Apology A recent article has been making the rounds on social media and other education communities. The article, linked here, makes a bold claim – that educators must ban smartphones, to save our future. The author makes the argument that use of apps and social media can be addictive and unhealthy. While this […]