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12 ways you can help balance stress for your students

The results are in: students are more stressed than adults. Being a kid is not supposed to be this way. Although stress is an inevitable part of life and a […]

Five ways you can bring out creativity in your students

We have all been there. Staring down at an empty piece of paper and not being able to come up with anything. This also happens with our students when they […]

How you can get students involved in improving their community and environment

Now more than ever it is important that we encourage our kids to be the change in their community and help improve the lives of people who live there. However, […]

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7 MOOCs to help you grow as a teacher

MOOC’s, or massive open online courses from places like Coursera, offer opportunities for educators at any level to acquire new skills, or learn more about the teaching profession. For New […]

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Brain Rules for teachers, part two

Did you get something out of last week’s Brain Rules post? I sure hope so. This week, we’ll look at the other six brain rules John Medina covers in his […]

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Twelve Brain Rules for educators, part one

Of all the books I read in 2015, John Medina’s Brain Rules impacted the way I think about learning the most. Today we’re going to look at how our brains […]

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Meet Courtney, KIPP Alumna and Kindergarten Teacher

Over the past few years, we have had the unique opportunity to see some of our first graduates from KIPP TEAM Academy, our network’s first school, graduate from college and […]

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Introducing New Year, New You

Welcome to the start of a new school year! This week our two middle schools welcomed over 160 new fifth graders into the TEAM and family. Soon we’ll welcome over […]

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How You Can Set Your Students Up for Success This Summer

You’ve almost made it to the end of your school year. You’ve worked really hard with your students to master many new skills, taught them to think critically and celebrated […]

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How to Tell if a Career in Education is Right for You

“Is this the right place for me?” Recruiters see the wheels turning in candidates’ heads all the time. Many candidates and potential candidates wonder about whether or not teaching and […]