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Interesting Read – Burnout? You Are Not Alone.

From ( As we relax into summer, and hopefully feel less pressure than we did during the school year, it’s a good time to check for signs of Teacher Burnout. When burnout hits, you tend to feel very lonely. You think that you are the only person dealing with these feelings, and you’re also […]

How to Make the Most Out of Parent-Teacher Conferences

From, for the original article click here. Script in Hand Come up with a script or checklist of things to discuss ahead of time, such as the student’s current percentages and strengths and weaknesses; your goals for the student; and any other concerns. It keeps things moving and prevents the parent from taking control […]

What You Need to be an Innovative Educator

From, for the original article click here.   Innovation isn’t a matter of will. Like most things worth creating, critical ingredients pre-exist the product. In the case of innovation in education, many of those necessary ingredients are simpler and more accessible than they might seem — which is, of course, good news to an […]

Study: What Teens Actually Share on Social Media

This information was retrieved from on May 29, 2013 Find the complete article here: What Teens Actually Share on Social Media Ever wondered how students really act online? What they’re actually sharing with their friends? Heck, if they’re even using their real name and other information? Chances are good about 1 of every 4 […]