Lin-Manuel’s Broadway smash, Hamilton, tells the story of Alexander Hamilton’s life in a unique and extraordinarily modern way. Looking for ways to inspire your students the same way this award-winning musical has captivated and inspired people across the country? Here are five ways Hamilton can inspire you and your students.
Middle school students experience so much social, emotional, and physical change; it can be challenging to get them to focus in class, let alone help them persevere through overwhelming parts of life outside of the classroom. Here are five tips for building trust so that your students will feel comfortable coming to you for guidance.
Society has come a long way in terms of becoming socially aware and accepting of all people, however we still have a ways to go. Educating ourselves and others on different backgrounds and cultures is key to accelerating awareness, understanding, and acceptance in and outside of the classroom.
The summer count-down is on, but the school year is not over yet! Here are some great end-of-year activities to get through those last few days of school, while squeezing in a few last moments of learning and practice before sending your students off to summer and the next grade!
As we count down the days until the last day of school, it is important to make sure we are still giving our best. Here are some ways teachers can support and motivate their fellow teachers, students, and studens' parents to finish the school year strong and positive!
Think of a book that you loved as a child - a book that sparked something in you and opened the door to other books to love. How do we light that spark for our students? Here are five easy ways to lead students to a lifelong love for reading!