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Professional development

Using Rubrics to Promote Deeper Learning

Over the past 25 years, rubrics have emerged as a field standard for educators within the realm of grading student assignments. Prior to the development

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Master's resources

Inspiring Your Students to Avoid Plagiarism

Why Plagiarism Needs to Be Seriously Discussed Early On “There’s nothing new under the sun” is a common phrase shared around academia.  Searching for dissertation

Advice from educators

Advice From a Retired Educator

There is No Such Thing as Too Early Teacher retirement planning and savings are extremely important, but many people do not think of this in

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Master's resources

The Importance of Middle School

So often in education we focus on elementary and high school student categories, ranging from age-appropriate behaviors in their little personalities and curiosities to a

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Administrator Insights

Why Schools Should Revamp Gym Classes

With our ever-changing environment, schools are looking to revamp in many educational venues. From the classroom to extra-curricular activities adapting to students in ways that

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Teacher wellness

Where to Find Teacher Discounts

It’s no surprise that many companies are now offering discounts to teachers. From deals on classroom supplies and electronics to clothing, you don’t have to