Resources for Teachers
We’re passionate about providing educational resources for teachers, administrators, counselors, and any other professionals who work in K-12 schools.
DreamMakers-DreamBreakers was created to address the pressing social issues of drug and alcohol abuse, and promiscuity. The stories of three students and their grandmothers are told through the lessons, forming a scarlet thread that holds the curriculum together. The teacher also uses a secret box, taking the letters from the grandmothers and unusual objects out of the box. Convincing stories and vivid characters make lessons interesting and memorable.
No matter what country you live in, popular culture can have a devastating effect on families. As whatever feels good replaces traditional values, parents often feel hopeless, neglecting their leadership in the home. Shaping Your Child’s Future is designed for parents to help restore their authority in the home and give them practical tools to develop their parenting skills.
Tips for Teachers –
How to Help Dyslexic Students Thrive
An estimated one in five students are affected by dyslexia. They may read or write letters backward and struggle with spelling and decoding problems, but with help, they can still thrive.
Five Techniques to Help Students Overcome Exam Anxiety
Incorporating these five techniques into your instruction time will help your students overcome their exam jitters and boost their confidence.
Handling the Student Who is Not Ready to Advance
Beau is a good kid. He’s liked by his peers, respectful of authority, and fun to be around. Yet, he can’t keep up academically.
Maintaining Hope As A Teacher
Teaching is difficult enough as it is, but it can be even harder when you struggle with discouragment. How do you maintain hope to make a difference?
Ways to Stay Relevant to Keep Students Captivated
When creating your lesson plans, consider the vocabulary of your teenage students. Sprinkle in Gen Z words, emotive words, and a blend of the expected and unexpected to keep your students interested.
How to Help Your Students Discover Their Superpower
The “Clark” in your classroom may not turn out to be Superman, and your “Diana” may not be Wonderwoman, but each of your students does have a special superpower– something that they are good at.
Important Considerations When Assigning Homework
To assign homework or
not to assign homework?
5 Creative Ways to Make Language Arts Fun
It’s natural for kids to prefer engaging ways of learning, but often teachers find it difficult to be creative while struggling to finish the semester on schedule. So, to help you, we’ve gathered five creative ways to make language arts fun!
Six Ways Teachers Can Keep Homework From Overwhelming Students
Here are some tips for teachers to keep homework from being too stressful.
How to Help Your Students See the Value of Education
some students are bored or have the wrong idea about school
A Compass for Your Students: Life Maps
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” Teachers, all of your students have been asked this question. Some of them have answered with excitement, and some with dread.
Ideas for Making Math Fun
Learning basic math skills can be as dull as dishwater. These games offer a way to do both and add some fun into the process.