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This post shows us how new technology and teachers' innovations are helping the classroom library evolve: there are ways to make it manageable for teachers and coveted by kids.
How can you guide students through The Hunger Games? Continue reading to see activities and online resources that help students respond to this exciting novel.
I've set a goal of going paperless in my English class within two years. Read on to learn about why this is important — and why it will benefit my students — and how I intend to do it.
These guidelines will help you create group projects for high school students that facilitate learning without the typical issues group work presents.
Consider incorporating e-readers into your high school classroom, and start brainstorming a proposal for the school board, with these tips from Scholastic teacher advisor Jeremy Rinkel.
Discuss the concept of censorship with your students as you introduce them to Banned Books Week with these activities from Scholastic teacher advisor Jeremy Rinkel.
The three S's (Self/Students/School) are a work in progress for me. Having a positive mindset and maintaining a balance in these areas will build the foundation for a successful school year. Read on for my plan of action.
This three-phase lesson plan will take students from class discussion to group research and, finally, to individual projects that are varied to accommodate students' interests and technical skills.
These tools will help you survey your students for valuable data about reading habits, technology usage, or any other topic you require to better your use of class time.