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Practical use-it-today help, encouragement, and tips for the best job in the world – Teaching students! If you are in the hunt for teaching ideas, encouragement, and inspiration – or would like to share some of your own – you have come to the right place.

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Teach Every Day is dedicated to all of the new teachers, and seasoned teachers, who work to become better at what we do – helping students. Teaching is a skill. I firmly believe anyone can be a good teacher by practicing those skills we learn from other good teachers.

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Six Best Interactive Biology Websites!

If you are like me, you have spent hours trying out one interactive biology website after another, only to get frustrated and overwhelmed. Many of them are overly complicated, or require so many instructions that the message of the activity is lost to your students.
Compiled here are six of the best interactive biology websites. These online activities are well designed and easy for students to understand! Post includes tips for how to use the activities with your students.

Remote Learning Using Padlet to Teach Digital Lessons

You and I are probably in the same boat – trying to figure out how to take months of instruction and make it available to your students for Remote Learning. There are many ways to do this, the learning curves of some ways are steeper than others! That is why I love Padlet. Learn how to use Padlet to teach a digital lesson with student interaction and feedback. Remote learning made simple and effective.

Results! Classroom Management & 21st Century Skills

Learn how this teacher used a points system and the 21st Century Skills as a classroom management tool. Read this post to find out how to let parents know about the Plan,
how to tell students they have lost a point without embarrassing them or engaging in a power struggle, and the results in the classroom! Did it work?

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