Blogs & Articles

Investing in Handwriting: Activate the brain

Investing in Handwriting: Activate the brain

By Leigh Ann Pernell on Nov 7th 2019

With the pressure to raise standardized test scores and meet educational mandates, some of our schools have decided that they don’t have the instructional time available to dedicate to handwriting ins … read more
Digging into Math Workshop

Digging into Math Workshop

By Chris Schwab on Oct 10th 2019

What Is Math Workshop? Math workshop is known by various names: math workshop, leveled math groups, guided math, differentiated groups, etc. Whatever you call it, math workshop is a valuable wa … read more
Starting the School Year Off on the Right Foot

Starting the School Year Off on the Right Foot

By Michael Pierce on Aug 7th 2019

It’s the first day of school—a time that’s both exciting and stressful. You may know some of your students, but others are probably new—and a little nervous. It’s up to you to foster a positive learni … read more
5 Tools for Maximum Classroom Organization

5 Tools for Maximum Classroom Organization

Jul 22nd 2019

1. Teacher PlannersOne solution for staying on schedule is using a customizable teacher plan book. Carson Dellosa’s new Teacher Planners feature weekly, monthly, and yearly spreads, checklis … read more
Personalized Learning

Personalized Learning

By Leigh Ann Pernell on Apr 18th 2019

Many educators know that the cookie-cutter approach to instruction sometimes falls short. Yes, there are mandated timelines to follow and goals to meet, but learning is so much more than checking off … read more
Prepping for a Quality Second Half

Prepping for a Quality Second Half

By Leigh Ann Pernell on Apr 18th 2019

Ahh, the joy of winter break! You finally have time to refresh and recharge your mind—as well as your classroom. You’ve set the rules and routines into place and you know the individual needs of your … read more