April 15, 2021
Tiny Habits to Make Big Changes for Teachers

Quitter’s Day arrives annually on January 19. That’s when people are most likely to give up on the New Year’s resolutions they made less than three weeks prior, according to research by Strava. Now that it’s spring, we can assume

March 28, 2021
Podcast Review: “Truth for Teachers”

Angela Watson’s “Truth for Teachers” podcast has over 200 episodes on topics ranging from being in the teaching profession, to maintaining work-life balance while teaching from home, and many others. The podcast boasts more than five million downloads and is

March 26, 2021
The Top Teacher Podcasts

The annals of podcasting are stocked with content-producers ranging from the untouchable brilliance of NPR to “Buffy Buff’s Weekly Dive,” a three-hour analysis of an episode of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and a scary trip into the psyche of a

March 25, 2021
Explore and Create With Augmented and Virtual Reality

Take your students on field trips to the moon and back via augmented reality (AR) — when technology augments your view of the real world — and virtual reality (VR). When we offer these options to our students, we provide

March 24, 2021
Book review: Teacher Burnout

Even before the pandemic, which has been the most challenging professional experience of many teachers’ careers. The stress associated with the teaching profession has worn down teacher motivation and commitment, leaving some teachers to question their commitment to the profession.