The 6 Steps to Keeping Technology Organized in the Classroom

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Organizing and storing technology in the classroom can be hard to manage. When you add students to the mix, it becomes even more challenging. Brittany, from Washburn’s Room struggled with this too. To make things easier, she put together a system to organize her classroom tech – and she’s seen wonderful results. If you finding… Read more »

10 tips to boost your confidence during parent-teacher conferences

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There are few words that drive fear into the hearts of teachers everywhere as parent-teacher conferences. If you’re feeling waves of panic over the prospect of pouting parents, fear not—a few expert teachers from the Teacher’s Notebook community gave us their best advice for successful parent-teacher conferences. Whether this is your first year teaching or… Read more »

TEACH TECH: 3 Tools to Transform Your Classroom

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Technology is permeating every aspect of our lives, and the classroom is no exception. In fact, this interactive, interconnected world presents new opportunities to turn the classroom into a more positive and effective space for your students, their parents, and you. With the calendar almost ready to roll over into a new year, it’s a great… Read more »

5 Tips for keeping kids active throughout the day

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It doesn’t take many weeks into the school year before you start noticing a change in your students. Gone is the excitement generated at the beginning of the school year when learning is fresh. Now, students are struggling to stay on task. To boost engagement, give your learners ways to stay active throughout the day…. Read more »

The Power of Simple Words

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As the debate about the merits of the Common Core rages across the country, it’s apparent that educational standards and what comprises a “well-rounded education” are very much in flux. Students are learning new concepts that weren’t expected 5 years ago. Teachers must continuously update their lesson plans to add the latest mandates to their… Read more »

6 Ways to Promote Calm in the Classroom

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Although the school year is still fresh, we know it can be challenging. Luckily, Kathleen from “Sunshine and Lollipops” has a few tips that can help your students (and you) stay in a great frame of mind throughout the year. Take it away, Kathleen…   In today’s fast paced world of quick breakfasts before the… Read more »

6 tips to improve your shop and products for more sales

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Here at Teacher’s Notebook, we’re calling this the “Summer of Empowerment.” We want to help you grow your shop, improve your products, and get your creativity flowing! With all of that in mind, here are six ways you can improve your shop and your products: 1.) Create and promote timely products that target a need When it… Read more »

TEACHER TIP: The tool that can increase classroom productivity in less than 10 minutes

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Sometimes getting students to focus on the task at hand can be more difficult than catching a soapy two-year-old (you may have to trust us on that one!). Fortunately, Mrs. Mc from Mrs. Mc’s Shop has an outstanding, simple tool to help boost your classroom’s productivity when you need it most. In fact, it’s so… Read more »