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How to Best Help a Chronically Late or Absent Student

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailYou’ve heard the expression; ninety percent of success is just showing up. This aphorism is valid for student success at any age. Students cannot be fully engaged in learning or gain enough exposure to theories and concepts if they are chronically absent or late to class. What causes such truancy and how can you as… Continue Reading >

Three Benefits of Reflective Teaching and How to Practice it in Your Classroom

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemail As a teacher, your profession may provide you with a sense of comforting cyclicality. While curriculum evolves, the fundamentals of many subjects and age-based learning expectations vary little over time. As a result, you may enjoy the familiarity of teaching many of the same lesson plans year after year. When you fall into a… Continue Reading >