Big Game Crowd-Pleasing Appetizers

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailThe Big Game is only a few days away, so we’re counting down the days to endless guacamole, chicken wings and blue cheese (ranch dressing need not apply), beer, pop, and—oh year— fantastic football and ads. Really though, if you’re in it for the food, you’re in good company. On Super Bowl Sunday, Americans will:… Continue Reading >

How to Keep Your Students Feeling Safe and Calm During Lockdown Drills

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailToday’s students are growing up in a time and place where active shooter lockdown drills are as commonplace as parent-teacher conferences and ice cream socials. While the need for such rehearsals is a reality of today’s society, we must be aware that such drills may be stressful on our students. No matter the age of… Continue Reading >

The Eight Best Teacher Blogs for Innovative Educators Like You

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailLike our favorite teacher always said, sharing is caring. We love our PLS Classes Blog, but we also enjoy learning from other educators! We scoured the web and found the following teacher-focused blogs which provide valuable perspective to teachers who are looking for creative and innovative ways to improve student outcomes. Check out our findings… Continue Reading >