Teacher Feature

Teacher Feature Blog Series – Catherine Coyle

Catherine is an elementary teacher from Georgia who is passionate about creating engaging classroom resources. With a combined social following of 150K+, Catherine is making a huge impact both in and outside of the classroom!

Teacher Feature

Teacher Feature Blog Series – Stephanie DeLussey

Stephanie is a dual-certified special education teacher, founder of special education blog, Mrs. D’s Corner, Master IEP Coach®, children’s book author, and teacher mentor.

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Teacher Feature

Teacher Feature Blog Series – Claudine James

With over 3 million followers, middle school educator Claudine James, also known as @iamthatenglishteacher, has taken the TikTok world by storm. An award winning and National Board Certified Educator, Claudine shares what inspires her as an educator and an education influencer.

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Common Grammar Mistakes: Expectations vs. Reality

All of us have made common grammar mistakes at one time or another. It’s happened to anyone who has ever written: You sit down and write a sentence, only to realize later that your grammar is not just wrong…it’s actually hilariously []

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Teacher Feature

Teacher Feature Blog Series – Aimee Scott

Emphasizing social emotional learning, Aimee Scott inspires thousands of educators every single day. Through her social following of over 100k and her innovative blog, Aimee’s creative and engaging lessons take education to an entirely new level!

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Teacher Feature

Teacher Feature Blog Series – Angel Garrett

We all remember a teacher who inspired us. An individual who has always believed in us, supported us through challenges, sparked our passion for a topic, or inspired us to keep going when we were discouraged. For me, I was []


5 Ways to Improve Students’ Executive Functioning Skills

Executive functions are a set of cognitive processes that help with decision making, achieving goals, planning, problem solving, organization, and controlling impulses. No one is born with these skills — you must learn them. During infancy, the foundation to build []

Parents Prefer Print Learning Materials

Do parents prefer print or digital learning materials? 

In the last year and a half, schools across the world have had to make a swift and sudden shift to online learning. Nearly everything has gone digital: lessons are delivered via video conference, tests are a matter of mouse []

College and Career Readiness Presentation
High School Education

5 Strategies Schools Can Use to Build College and Career Readiness

College and career readiness skills are arguably some of the most important things high school teachers can teach their students. When students learn how to research information, communicate orally and in writing, work independently, and manage their time wisely, they []

Health and Wellness

Mental Health Resources for Students

Student life can be exciting and rewarding but also stressful, especially with students learning from home. Considering that one in five youth aged 13 to 18 lives with a mental health condition, and approximately 75% of those who develop mental []