Sort By: Tiles | List
51 Results Found
background-image: a theacher and four students looking at a globe
October 2, 2017
Top Tips

Mid-Term Organization Tips for Teachers and Students

The first week of October is “Get Organized Week.” Perfect timing, as we head into mid-terms/semi-finals season! Then the holidays hit. Here are tips for both students and teachers, to help you prepare for the hectic days ahead.

background-image: a theacher and four students looking at a globe
September 19, 2017
Top Tips

Beat the Mid-Semester Hump

It’s not too early to start preparing your students for the inevitable slump, halfway to the winter holidays. We compiled suggestions from educators around the country, and organized them into 7 great tips to help you forge through to the holidays. 

background-image: a theacher and four students looking at a globe
August 31, 2017
College, Career and Life Readiness

7 Ways to Plan for Your Future – Starting Now

High school students: As you start this new school year, thoughts of your future are sure to weigh on your mind. Here are 7 specific activities that will help you get on the path toward a happy and productive life.

background-image: a theacher and four students looking at a globe
August 25, 2017
College, Career and Life Readiness

5 Steps to Charting Your Own Course

Parents and teachers may think they know what’s best for you, but the only truly successful path in life is the one you choose for yourself. Charting your own course for the future sounds like a daunting task, but we’ve got some tips to guide you.

background-image: a theacher and four students looking at a globe
August 25, 2017
College, Career and Life Readiness

5 Things Your Kids Should Focus on This Year

It takes more than good grades to create well-rounded, successful, happy young adults. What should your child focus on in the last year or two before high school graduation, besides schoolwork?

background-image: a theacher and four students looking at a globe
August 24, 2017
Top Tips

Classroom Icebreakers for All Subjects

Your new students expect a lot from you this school year. How do you break the ice, and get them engaged, right off the bat? Here we present icebreaking activities for 8 high school subjects, with a few additional ideas that will work for any subject you teach.