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A Friendlier Approach to Curbing Bullying in The Classroom

For a long time, the approach to cutting down on bullying in schools has been to punish the offenders. To make it clear that bullying is bad and wrong, and that children shouldn’t be so... Read more

Teaching Students How to Survive A Terror Attack

With Europe at a heightened risk of terror attacks over the holidays, and countries in the West suffering more deaths from terrorism in the past year since 2001, it’s about time we start taking... Read more

3 Steps To Building Character in Your Students

Two components of teaching that are getting a lot of attention recently are character education and values. Uncoincidentally, two of the most difficult to teach and, as a result, seldom seen... Read more

How To Shine Bright For Your Students Without Burning Out

You want to give your students your all. You want every lesson to be one that wows the whole class and leaves you, and them, with that warm, satisfying feeling of accomplishment. But it’s... Read more

5 Tips for discussing current affairs in the classroom

Whether it’s climate change, Trump, and Brexit, the war in Syria, or one of the other current plot lines of today, there’s always something in the media that will spark interest and spur... Read more