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I started teaching English 2 while I was a student teacher and have continued all five years of my career. It’s my favorite course to teach – in part because I have the opportunity to expose my students to challenging texts both about current events...

Now, more than ever, teachers have the flexibility to let their creativity shine in their classroom. And some are even taking it a step further by using their voice to inspire change throughout their community, district, and even state. Below are three pieces that highlight the power...

In my role of Director of Innovation in Teaching and Learning at Schoolcraft Community Schools, my favorite tasks are providing innovative classroom strategies to my teachers and collaborating with them to lead to greater student success. After seeing the new report from Educators for High...

My husband and I recently bought our first home. You always hear about the challenges of home ownership, but you don’t quite understand them until you actually own your own home. The electricity went out in our neighborhood in our first week, blowing a fuse...

Teacher-to-teacher advice is often the most insightful and most useful tool we have to shape our classrooms. This type of collaboration among teachers can spark new ideas, new approaches, and even improve student learning. Below are three awesome pieces that includes advice from fellow teachers. 1. Get Creative with...