Month: June 2021

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Simple Actions Can Create More Inclusive Classrooms

This post was written by National Geographic Certified Educator, Ace Schwarz. I came out as trans/non

No More Easy Button: A Suggested Approach to Post-Pandemic Teaching

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Embracing a School-Wide Explorer’s Mindset is More Important Than Ever

This blog post was written by educator Ashleigh Glickley. I am an educator at Hawthorne Elementary Sc

Does Your School Need a Literacy Check-Up?

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MANIPAL ACADEMY OF HIGHER EDUCATION : Eminence and Leadership in Education

(Image credit- KshitizBathwal/ Wikipedia) What comes to your mind when you think MANIPAL? Well it is

7 Lesser Known Zoom Features to Improve Remote Learning

Image Source Due to COVID-19, learning has taken a new shape and form for both teachers and students.

Think Canada – Think Carleton University [Learning And Student Life Experience Redefined]

A world-renowned name in research and teaching; this globally ranked university is also one of the la

Ten Secrets to Virtual Teaching or Tutoring

Are you planning to do some summer teaching or tutoring online? Are you still adding to your distan

Does Social Media Use Lead to Depression for our Students? Help Prevent it!

Regular reader here know that I’ve shared a posts about this important topic. Socila media can

How to Prevent Cyberbullying in Your Classroom

This blog was originally published on October 20th, 2016. It has been updated with new information an