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Top 5 Ways to Engage Students in the Classroom – Lesson Refreshers and First Day of Teaching Tips

Classroom Tips for Teachers

By now, many of us will be preparing for back to school by planning lessons, updating our wardrobe, and simply getting ready for the new academic year. Whether you are a new teacher or you’re a returning member of staff, entering the classroom after the summer break can be tough. Everyone is excited to see one another and talk, and teaching can be a little challenging. So, whether you are looking for some first day of teaching tips or ways…

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Teaching Tips

A Teacher’s Guide to Back to School

A Teacher's Guide to Back to School

Welcome to our back to school guide. We know that getting ready for September can often feel like a chore, but it doesn’t have to be that way. We have listed some tips and helpful information to help you get prepared for the new semester. Resources, resources, resources! From pens, pencils, erasers, to paper, having a vast collection of resources at your disposal is never a bad thing. As the semester progresses, the last thing you need is to be…

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Inspiring Teachers – International Women’s Day

Join us this international Women’s Day in celebrating some of the most famous and inspiring Women teachers of all time. All teachers are inspiring, whether it’s to their students or to their colleagues, there’s characteristic that all teachers share. The same can be said for these inspiring teachers who broke down barriers, and led the way in education both for women and men, helping shape the future and inspire others to learn. Helen Keller Perhaps one of the most famous…

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Top 5 Ways to Engage Students in the Classroom

Engage Students

The worst enemy of learning is boredom! For that reason we’ve come up with the top 5 ways to engage students in the classroom environment. School can become a sedentary space if unchecked. It’s important to incorporate different activities into your lesson plan to ensure the energy of your learning environment keeps moving. Keep your students interested by paying attention to what sparks their engagement and use it as a teaching aid. Students of the new millennium probably haven’t heard…

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