Tired of battling students' verbal violence, a middle school teacher shares his plan to eliminate put-downs in his classroom.
It was a tough job, but we’ve selected our favorite homework excuses from the numerous ones sent in by NEA members. Now it’s your turn to vote for your favorites.
Visual cues can help you communicate with students of all ages. Let this Virginia speech-language therapist show you how.
We surveyed trained and practicing educators, as well as psychologists and body language experts, to come up with practical tips and advice on using body language to communicate with students, build rapport, and make them feel safe and ready to learn.
Get ready for the substitute teacher now - before you have to make that call or send that e-mail.
Teaching that emphasizes active engagement helps students process and retain information. It leads to self-questioning, deeper thinking, and problem solving. Find out where to begin and how to put your students on the path to higher achievement.
Using humor effectively can help teachers do their work: engage students and activate learning. Here are three ways to use humor in the classroom.