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  • Inspiring Young Entrepreneurs in K-12
    There is a heavy interest in entrepreneurship today not only in the national realms of business and politics, but in all levels of education as well. How do you encourage entrepreneurship in your kids?
  • Can Using the Singapore Math Method Equal Success in Math?
    What is Singapore doing in their math classrooms that has resulted in so much success? Take a look and see how Singapore math methods could help your students.
  • 5 Ways Common Core Impacts Reading Standards
    The Common Core is a set of English language arts/literacy (ELA) and mathematics standards developed in an effort to make educational standards across the U.S. more consistent, while better preparing students for success in college or their careers. Learn how these standards will impact your school.
  • Totally Different Things US Education Can Learn from South Korea and Finland
    The U.S. education system ranks in the middle of the international pack: number 14 in the 2014 Pearson index, and in the 2012 PISA exams, American 15-year-olds placed 36th in math, 28th in science and 24th in reading. To make the top tier, we need to see what the rest of the planet is doing better.
  • Get Organized to Start the School Year Off Right
    It's back to school time already! If you're a teacher, you may need some creative help and ideas for bulletin boards. seating charts and first day activities. Try some of these organizational tips and ideas to get the year started off right!
  • 7 Ways to Provide Choice in the Classroom
    Giving your students autonomy will help increase enthusiasm and energy in the classroom and will help them develop the skills they need to work in teams and evaluate choices. These skills are critical for students. Help your students improve by allowing them to make choices in the classroom.
  • Go Wireless & Inspire: How to Adopt Digital Learning in Your Classroom
    Everyone loves technology, but learning how to manage it in the classroom is challenging. The benefits of using technology far outweigh the costs of trying to regulate your technology-free classroom. Empower your students with diverse teaching methods while utilizing wireless technology.
  • No Homework, a Lot or a Little? The Eternal Debate
    Is homework an important part of a student's education or is it an unnecessary burden teachers feel compelled to assign? Learn some benefits, disadvantages and history of homework.
  • Using Baseball to Teach Math
    Are your students bored with math? Excite them with a baseball lesson. Sports and numbers fit together perfectly. You can't have a winner without a score. Every game generates statistics. Baseball offers masses of historical data, situational averages and comparative studies.
  • Professional (and Personal) Transformation: The Value of Ongoing, Personalized Professional Development
    While “professional development" may conjure up images of excruciatingly long lectures and seminars, this article provides other avenues for you to develop as a professional on your own time and in ways consistent with the positivity, energy and excitement that you are honing in your own classroom.
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