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Accomplish More by Saying Goodbye to Multitasking and Hello To Single-Tasking

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailYou have eight tabs open in your computer browser. You’re on hold with your doctor’s office while participating in an ongoing text message exchange with your sister about weekend plans and you’re correcting your students’ latest homework assignment. You are a master multitasker, and it’s what helps you get so much done every day—but are… Continue Reading >

How to Achieve a Work-Life Balance: Five Tips for Teachers

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailYou love your students, and you love your job. You can’t help but want to work on a new lesson plan at night when a creative idea inspires you, and you’re always willing to meet with a concerned parent. On the other hand, there are also the days when you carry home the stress of… Continue Reading >

Five Holiday Time Savers for Busy Teachers

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailIt’s the most wonderful time of the year! And, it’s also one of the busiest! With the holidays upon us, you might find you have less time than usual to get everything done. This season, we’re here to help! Follow these five tips and you’ll have more free time to spend with friends and family,… Continue Reading >

Summer Goals: Get Ahead, Learn More, Experience Something New

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailSpring has finally sprung and the fresh, warm air promises that summer vacation will be here before you know it! As the school year winds down, you’ll probably be daydreaming about what you are going to do with your time off. After all, summer break is one of the major benefits of being a teacher…. Continue Reading >

The Many Benefits of Learning Online

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailTeachers, if you’re considering taking an online class — the advantages are plentiful. Recent statistics show that nearly 6 million students are enrolled in online courses across the U.S.1 That’s approximately one out of four students enrolled in higher education! And there is no sign of online learning slowing down in the near future. The… Continue Reading >

The Great Balancing Act: The subtle art of being a teacher and a student

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailAs a teacher, your day continues after the school bell rings and the children go home. Oftentimes, you are busy planning lessons, grading papers and organizing for the next day well into the evening. On top of that, add in family and other responsibilities, and it’s amazing that you fit it all in. You may… Continue Reading >