A Place for Parents and Teachers to share their thoughts and ideas on working with students.
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Features blog from parents across the country on issues effecting their children’s education and tax-dollars, debates, tips, advice, and much more
Teachers -NUMBER ONE
Spotlighting teachers from across the U.S. on how they teach, work with parents, discover new teaching techniques, and develop support for their students
By Dan Carlin – Guest blogger Dan Carlin, historian and podcaster, examines why history lessons often don’t stick. With the help of a downloadable audio file, he suggests making history exciting by making it about subjects that matter to students.
When I was a kid, every weekend, my parents would drive me to Loon Mountain in New Hampshire to master the sport of skiing — and downhill racing, in particular. On the chairlift, my instructors would critique the technique of those skiing below us. On the racecourse, I would spend hours studying and eventually trying to mimic the most experienced racers
There’s no doubt that schools can benefit from the resources and expertise of local businesses, organizations, and individuals. In this roundup, explore examples and strategies for initiating and fostering successful business and community partnerships