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February 1, 2019

Get Moving

Get Moving

Get Moving, Boost Learning Research indicates that sitting still all day is not good for learning. Students who move throughout the day show better focus, stronger memory retention, and faster cognitive processing than their sedentary counterparts. Below are a few ideas to get students moving in either a classroom or a homeschool environment. The strategies […]

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August 24, 2018

Ice Breakers for the New Year

Ice Breakers for the New Year

Ice Breakers for the New Year The beginning of the year is truly a wild time for teachers. August can bring with it a bucket of stress and anxiety, but also excitement for the prospect of a new year and a classroom full of fresh minds. One of the first things you should consider is […]

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August 13, 2018

Why Kids Learn Well With Self-Guidance

Why Kids Learn Well With Self-Guidance

Why Kids Learn Well with Self-Guidance   Imagine a teaching technique that aides the way your child or students learn and requires minimum action from you as a parent or teacher. Self-guidance is a learning technique that has helped many kids to thrive academically.   This learning technique encourages independence in the classroom and introduces […]

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May 11, 2018

How to Keep Motivated as a Teacher

How to Keep Motivated as a Teacher

Here at eLeanring Flashcards, we love teachers! In fact, many of our online eLearning flashcards are created by hard-working teachers. We know that working as a teacher can quickly burn you out. You’re constantly answering questions, reprimanding student’s bad behaviors, and dealing with difficult parents on top of the important stuff – educating your students. Finding the […]

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April 20, 2018

Screen Time Can Be OK

Screen Time Can Be OK

We’re always hearing warnings about the negative effects of screen time on young minds. It’s going to give our children anxiety, make them obese, enhance ADHD, deprive them of sleep, and lead to a number of other daunting detrimental side effects. The naysayers make it difficult to acknowledge any positives that come from allowing and encouraging screen […]

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February 7, 2017

The Great Debate:

I had a major epiphany the other night when I went out to eat with a few members of my family for my birthday.  My son had just turned 9 months old.  He is incredible.  the light of my life.  But wow, the older he gets, what a turd.  It’s annoying.  Can I say that?  He […]

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February 6, 2017

Free Technology for Teachers

Richard Byrne’s blog, Free Technology for Teachers, is absolutely worth saving as a resource for the connected educator! He posts a plethora of really great blogs, websites, and apps for teachers to use in the classroom. His posts are not content specific as a whole, but vary in topic and subject. It was certainly not […]

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