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These Five Habits Make It Easier to Reach Every Student

-by Dan Jones and Sue White- Much of the chatter in educational discussions revolves around education...

By Editorial Team / July 15, 2018

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Nine Warning Signs No Educator Should Ignore

-by Susan White- I will never forget the sound I heard from within my administrator’s office; someone...

By Susan / July 14, 2018

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Are You Surrounded by Committed Colleagues?

-by Thomas Mennella- If you are reading this article right now, you are probably in a rare class of teacher....

By Dr. Thomas / July 13, 2018


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Ending the "I Love Teaching, I Hate Teaching" Game

-by Dan Jones- Thirteen years in the classroom has meant a lot of ups and downs, but what is needed...

By Dan / July 15, 2018

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How I Took Back Control of My Class, My Time, And My Life

- by Terra Graves- When I was a classroom teacher, the school nightmares would typically begin in July....

By Terra / July 15, 2018

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Putting Maslow Before Bloom's: The Cathartic Mind Set

-by Errol St.Clair Smith- If you've read any of the articles in this month's issue of FLR, and you're...

By Errol St.Clair / July 14, 2018


The Deeply Hidden Emotions That Disrupt Teaching

This month a Twitter storm erupted around a tweet by Robert Marzano when he tweeted: “Students’ attention and engagement are directly under the control of the classroom teacher. There is no reason any student should be systematically bored, inattentive, or disengaged in any class at any grade. #studentengagement”
Flipping Higher Ed
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Should You Stay or Should You Go? Part -II

-Dr. Patricia Pence- Last school year I launched a radical career shift to teach at a state university. My tenure as a seasoned senior nurse educator at a community...

By Patricia / August 17, 2018

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Should You Stay or Should You Go?

-Dr. Patricia Pence- At the end of a typical school day, are you satisfied with your current position? Or do you find yourself thinking that maybe it is time for a change? My...

By Patricia / July 12, 2018



Flipped Learning 1.0 versus Flipped Learning 3.0

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Flipping Outside of the Box
Insights from Beyond the Silos of Flipped Practice
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The Deeply Hidden Emotions That Disrupt Teaching

-by Jon Bergmann- This month a Twitter storm erupted around a tweet by Robert Marzano when he tweeted: “Students’ attention and engagement are directly...

By Jon / July 15, 2018

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I Thought My Job Was to Support Students, Not Teachers

Jon Harper interviews school principal Danny Steele about how he learned to make supporting teachers a priority. This interview is lightly edited for clarity and readability. Jon...

By Editorial Team / July 14, 2018



Cover Story: I’M A TEACHER STRUGGLING WITH DEPRESSION: AM I REALLY ALONE?

In this interview, we talk about educators who struggle with depression. The guests share their own experiences and discuss why coping starts with this one key item.

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ENDING THE I LOVE TEACHING, I HATE TEACHING GAME

Yes, I love teaching but I was ready to quit then BOOM!

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