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The posts in this category cover subjects teachers and professors involved in delivering 21st century education might find useful or at least interesting.

How to manage slow-working students in your classroom
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How to manage slow-working students in your classroom

Online teaching

Students experience learning differently and some of them will not always be able to keep pace with the rest of the classroom. Since most teachers have slow-working students in their classrooms, let’s see what you can do to help them catch up!

How to create a supportive classroom environment
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How to create a supportive classroom environment

Online teaching

A supportive classroom environment leads to positive classroom management. Getting to know your students, offering relevant feedback and student-centered teaching are just some of the ways teachers can create such an environment.

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Methods and tools to develop future-ready skills

Online teaching

Preparing students for the future is a priority for all teachers. There are many methods and tools to explore, but it’s important to focus on the why behind the choices we make for our students. Let’s discuss the development of future-ready skills:

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5 Time-saving strategies for busy teachers

Online teaching

To say that teachers are busy is an understatement. So, to start the year off on the right foot, a fellow teacher ponders why this happens and shares five time-saving tips that all teachers should try to be more organized and make the most out of their time.

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Our favorite teacher memes for 2021

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Being a teacher isn’t easy, and there are many serious moments in the classroom. However, as we’re getting closer to the end of this year, let’s have a little fun with lighthearted teacher memes that pretty much capture what we’ve thought (and said) in 2021. Happy New Year!

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Best practices for a great school-community collaboration

Online teaching

Collaborating with learning partners from your community means more than a lecture or Q&A session. Let’s find out what you can do as a teacher to strengthen the school-community collaboration for both your professional growth and your students’ benefit:

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