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February 13, 2018

In the wake of 2017’s false news stories, educators are left wondering how can I teach my students to be smarter than the internet? While it might seem like a silly question, the answers have serious repercussions for how we understand online resources. For many years, it seemed that information available on the web was[…]

January 22, 2018

Between building lesson plans, classroom management, and seemingly endless grading, it’s no surprise that many teachers de-prioritize networking as a component of their careers. Since most schools are structured without many opportunities for mixing with new faces, it’s also hard to find ways to connect outside of the close-knit communities of districts. All of these[…]

January 2, 2018

New Year’s resolutions are often dismissed as passé or unrealistic, but for many, they help create focus and even a theme for the year ahead. When it comes to New Years resolutions for teachers, the options are often so vast it can feel overwhelming. Teachers On Demand has created a round-up of suggestions for creating[…]

November 2, 2016

1. Graphic Organizers as Teaching Strategies Graphic organizers are an incredible teaching tool that have been used in the classroom for decades. Even before all of the new, fancy organizers, teachers would ask their students to fold their papers in half, and use the two sides to compare and contrast content. Educators like the fact that[…]

October 27, 2016

By now, you have probably heard about flexible seating. You may have even walked past a classroom that uses it, or thought about trying it out in your own classroom. Many teachers are transforming their classrooms by implementing the flexible seating classroom management option in an effort to create a more a student-centered learning space. With so[…]

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February 13, 2018

In the wake of 2017’s false news stories, educators are left wondering how can I teach my students to be smarter than the internet? While it might seem like a silly question, the answers have serious repercussions for how we understand online resources. For many years, it seemed that information available on the web was[…]

January 22, 2018

Between building lesson plans, classroom management, and seemingly endless grading, it’s no surprise that many teachers de-prioritize networking as a component of their careers. Since most schools are structured without many opportunities for mixing with new faces, it’s also hard to find ways to connect outside of the close-knit communities of districts. All of these[…]

January 2, 2018

New Year’s resolutions are often dismissed as passé or unrealistic, but for many, they help create focus and even a theme for the year ahead. When it comes to New Years resolutions for teachers, the options are often so vast it can feel overwhelming. Teachers On Demand has created a round-up of suggestions for creating[…]

November 2, 2016

1. Graphic Organizers as Teaching Strategies Graphic organizers are an incredible teaching tool that have been used in the classroom for decades. Even before all of the new, fancy organizers, teachers would ask their students to fold their papers in half, and use the two sides to compare and contrast content. Educators like the fact that[…]

October 27, 2016

By now, you have probably heard about flexible seating. You may have even walked past a classroom that uses it, or thought about trying it out in your own classroom. Many teachers are transforming their classrooms by implementing the flexible seating classroom management option in an effort to create a more a student-centered learning space. With so[…]

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February 13, 2018

In the wake of 2017’s false news stories, educators are left wondering how can I teach my students to be smarter than the internet? While it might seem like a silly question, the answers have serious repercussions for how we understand online resources. For many years, it seemed that information available on the web was[…]

January 22, 2018

Between building lesson plans, classroom management, and seemingly endless grading, it’s no surprise that many teachers de-prioritize networking as a component of their careers. Since most schools are structured without many opportunities for mixing with new faces, it’s also hard to find ways to connect outside of the close-knit communities of districts. All of these[…]

January 2, 2018

New Year’s resolutions are often dismissed as passé or unrealistic, but for many, they help create focus and even a theme for the year ahead. When it comes to New Years resolutions for teachers, the options are often so vast it can feel overwhelming. Teachers On Demand has created a round-up of suggestions for creating[…]

November 2, 2016

1. Graphic Organizers as Teaching Strategies Graphic organizers are an incredible teaching tool that have been used in the classroom for decades. Even before all of the new, fancy organizers, teachers would ask their students to fold their papers in half, and use the two sides to compare and contrast content. Educators like the fact that[…]

October 27, 2016

By now, you have probably heard about flexible seating. You may have even walked past a classroom that uses it, or thought about trying it out in your own classroom. Many teachers are transforming their classrooms by implementing the flexible seating classroom management option in an effort to create a more a student-centered learning space. With so[…]

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February 13, 2018

In the wake of 2017’s false news stories, educators are left wondering how can I teach my students to be smarter than the internet? While it might seem like a silly question, the answers have serious repercussions for how we understand online resources. For many years, it seemed that information available on the web was[…]

January 22, 2018

Between building lesson plans, classroom management, and seemingly endless grading, it’s no surprise that many teachers de-prioritize networking as a component of their careers. Since most schools are structured without many opportunities for mixing with new faces, it’s also hard to find ways to connect outside of the close-knit communities of districts. All of these[…]

January 2, 2018

New Year’s resolutions are often dismissed as passé or unrealistic, but for many, they help create focus and even a theme for the year ahead. When it comes to New Years resolutions for teachers, the options are often so vast it can feel overwhelming. Teachers On Demand has created a round-up of suggestions for creating[…]

November 2, 2016

1. Graphic Organizers as Teaching Strategies Graphic organizers are an incredible teaching tool that have been used in the classroom for decades. Even before all of the new, fancy organizers, teachers would ask their students to fold their papers in half, and use the two sides to compare and contrast content. Educators like the fact that[…]

October 27, 2016

By now, you have probably heard about flexible seating. You may have even walked past a classroom that uses it, or thought about trying it out in your own classroom. Many teachers are transforming their classrooms by implementing the flexible seating classroom management option in an effort to create a more a student-centered learning space. With so[…]

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February 13, 2018

In the wake of 2017’s false news stories, educators are left wondering how can I teach my students to be smarter than the internet? While it might seem like a silly question, the answers have serious repercussions for how we understand online resources. For many years, it seemed that information available on the web was[…]

January 22, 2018

Between building lesson plans, classroom management, and seemingly endless grading, it’s no surprise that many teachers de-prioritize networking as a component of their careers. Since most schools are structured without many opportunities for mixing with new faces, it’s also hard to find ways to connect outside of the close-knit communities of districts. All of these[…]

January 2, 2018

New Year’s resolutions are often dismissed as passé or unrealistic, but for many, they help create focus and even a theme for the year ahead. When it comes to New Years resolutions for teachers, the options are often so vast it can feel overwhelming. Teachers On Demand has created a round-up of suggestions for creating[…]

November 2, 2016

1. Graphic Organizers as Teaching Strategies Graphic organizers are an incredible teaching tool that have been used in the classroom for decades. Even before all of the new, fancy organizers, teachers would ask their students to fold their papers in half, and use the two sides to compare and contrast content. Educators like the fact that[…]

October 27, 2016

By now, you have probably heard about flexible seating. You may have even walked past a classroom that uses it, or thought about trying it out in your own classroom. Many teachers are transforming their classrooms by implementing the flexible seating classroom management option in an effort to create a more a student-centered learning space. With so[…]