Music has a powerful influence on the way students learn and feel. Here are ways it can be incorporated into the classroom.
We hear the incredible true story of one woman's mission to find her beloved pup and talk to an expert at the Human Society about the best ways to find your missing pet.
Late interception by Rhodes saves the day for Milton.
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Vanessa Ellis, the rapping social studies teacher and Georgia Economics Teacher of the Year, shares tips and tricks on adding zest to the classroom.
How would math look if we combined mental math strategies, growth mindset and a work session where students experienced opportunities designed specifically for their needs?
As students are asked to do more in the classroom, parents feel less equipped to help at home.
A few weeks ago, I received an e-mail from GPB Education inviting me to participate in a live stream featuring Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary.
Worth County Middle School’s gifted and mathematics departments began a journey three years ago that would allow accelerated students the opportunity to earn a high school mathematics credit during their 8th grade year.
Five years ago I was hired to teach Spanish at Morris Innovative High School, and most importantly, was asked to have my students use their Spanish.
It’s no secret that the jobs of tomorrow will be in STEM. Educators have heard this call loud and clear, and STEM curriculums are being implemented nationally.
In my twenty years of teaching, I have seen many movements come and go in education, but technology is here to stay.
Heads high in the air, pants pulled up, shirts tucked in and walking proudly down the hallways of Worth County Middle School- it’s the young men of the T.I.E. club.
At this point in time, I don’t think there is anyone who can argue that creating a culture of collaboration with a focus on student learning will not increase student achievement.