My Most Popular Tweets Of The Month Apr 06

My Most Popular Tweets Of The Month – Coronavirus Edition

PhotoMIX-Company / Pixabay I used to post weekly collections of my best tweets, and used Storify to bring them together. Unfortunately, Storify went under. Fortunately, however, Wakelet was a new tool that was able to import all of a person’s Storifys. So you can see all those previous Twitter “Best” lists here. You might also […]

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What We’re Hearing From Teachers, Schools, and Parents Mar 31

What We’re Hearing From Teachers, Schools, and Parents

It’s surreal to be writing this from one of the 150 new TpT offices — like most teams, TpT is working from home until further notice. Amid barking dogs, breaks for math lessons, and makeshift home workstations, it’s made me incredibly proud to see Team TpT work harder than ever to take care of educators […]

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Good STEM Fun, Any Way You Slice It Mar 25

Good STEM Fun, Any Way You Slice It

Discovery Education Celebrates National Pi Day  *Can you guess which iconic mathematical thinker was born on March 14th?*  No Pattern, No Problem  Where to begin with Pi? At the end? That might take awhile – seeing as there is none! But actually, that’s what people love about this mysterious mathematical constant: it’s never-ending string of digits, which we generally shorten to […]

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The “Best Of The Best” Resources To Support Teachers Dealing With School Closures Mar 19

The “Best Of The Best” Resources To Support Teachers Dealing With School Closures

  Let Me Know If You’re Teaching K-12 Students Online Because Of COVID-19 & Would Like To Write A Guest Post About Your Experiences   I’ve been sharing a lot of resources over the past week, and will continue to do so. However, it can be overwhelming – to me and to readers. This is […]

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Not Just for ELA Class: 5 Practical Strategies for Teaching Literacy Across Multiple Subject Areas Mar 13

Not Just for ELA Class: 5 Practical Strategies for Teaching Literacy Across Multiple Subject Areas

New technologies and the exponential growth of information have transformed society. And, as a result of this, literacy instruction has evolved to encompass much more than it did a short time ago. Historically, literacy instruction has been focused on teaching basic reading, writing, and comprehension skills through the written word, but the digital world that […]

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Introducing the Initiative Empowering Students to Be Vape Free Mar 07

Introducing the Initiative Empowering Students to Be Vape Free

As kids grow up, they’re faced with the increased responsibility on how to make healthy choices. It starts with little decisions, like picking out an after-school snack, or which sport they want to play, and eventually leads to bigger decisions like college or a career path. As adults, we try our best to arm them […]

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Question Stems Mar 01

Resource Round-Up: Secondary ELA and Social Studies Edition (Vol. 7)

This round-up is filled to the brim with secondary ELA and Social Studies resources to help increase student engagement and literary analysis. We’re featuring Social Justice Unit Bundles, Guided Reading Packets, Graphic Organizers, and More. Check out these resources, half of which are free! Question Stems “Idea Ring” for Social Studies by Active History Teacher […]

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Plotting a New Course: Educating the Next Generation of Tech Talent Feb 24

Plotting a New Course: Educating the Next Generation of Tech Talent

Contributed by Elizabeth Lipscomb  Vice President of Business Development, Discovery Education   There are a number of challenges our economy will face with regard to the lack of young people prepared with the STEM skills necessary to join as productive members of the STEM workforce. According to research by STEMConnector, there are critical gaps within the STEM ecosystem […]

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My Most Popular Tweets Of The Month Feb 18

My Most Popular Tweets Of The Month

PhotoMIX-Company / Pixabay I used to post weekly collections of my best tweets, and used Storify to bring them together. Unfortunately, Storify went under. Fortunately, however, Wakelet was a new tool that was able to import all of a person’s Storifys. So you can see all those previous Twitter “Best” lists here. You might also […]

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Feb 13

How to Become a Certified Nutritionist

Well, nowadays people are well educated and sophisticated, in this digital world there are lots of people have their own ambitions and they have their own to goals to achieve. Because of that people are taking different forms of degree and courses to become what they think to achieve. Nowadays there are so many colleges […]

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