Seven Ways Teachers can Encourage Independent Reading In and Out of the Classroom

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailOne of the many reasons that you are an inspiring teacher is that you appreciate the feeling of getting lost inside a great book. You know what it’s like to feel as if the characters are your friends, to wish to live in the same town or mythical world as the story’s hero, and even… Continue Reading >

Recognizing the Warning Signs of a Student Struggling with a Mental Health Disorder

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailAs a teacher, you spend a lot of time with your students. And next to a student’s close family and friends you may be the best equipped to identify signs that something is wrong. Mental health disorders such as depression, anxiety, and substance abuse don’t usually come out of nowhere. Yet sometimes it’s hard to… Continue Reading >