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Wrapping Up the Year: Reflect, Recharge, and Onto Next!

As the school year draws to a close, it's a time of mixed emotions for many K-12 mathematics teachers. There's a sense of accomplishment in seeing your students grow, coupled with the exhaustion of months of hard work. As you prepare for a well-deserved break,...

Why Integrate Science, Literacy, and the Arts?: A Q & A with science educators Dr. Josh Smith and Sharon Cates

Dr. Ashley Perkins interviews science education educators Josh Smith and Sharon Cates, founders of Phenomenon Science Education, to discuss their collaboration on Artful Reading Science.

Reading Comprehension in the Related Arts Classroom

Physical education, music, and visual arts — these domains aren’t just about fun and creativity; they’re fertile ground for cultivating crucial skills, including reading comprehension.

CUBES: Who is Doing the Thinking?

CUBES: Who is Doing the Thinking?

A search on the internet for “CUBES math strategy” yields about 36 million results. Seeing a bright, cheery, and colorful CUBES poster on display in mathematics classrooms is a typical occurrence. Elementary and middle school mathematics teachers who are familiar with...

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Time Management

Time Management

Background Time management is the process of organizing and planning how to divide your time between specific activities. It is believed that good time management enables you to work more efficiently so that you get more done in less time. Additionally time management...

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