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Arizona K12 Center curates the week’s best teacher resources, whether lesson plans, book lists, or perfect printables. Summer is coming. You have just a few weeks left, and then you can rewatch the entire Game of Thrones series before season seven hits in July. Struggling to make the most of your

Apr 28, 2017

Arizona K12 Center curates the week’s best teacher resources, whether lesson plans, book lists, or perfect printables.


Summer is coming. You have just a few weeks left, and then you can rewatch the entire Game of Thrones series before season seven hits in July.

  1. Struggling to make the most of your last few days? These lesson plans for Education World can help.

  2. And don’t forget these tips to clean and prep your room as the school year winds down.

  3. Here’s your summer bucket list, with gems such as “Revisit your ‘why.’”

  4. College tuition is always on the rise. See how it will affect your older students here.

  5. Mark these books at the top of your reading list, all recommended by fellow teachers.

  6. But, don’t forget to read for fun! It’s entertainment, after all. You can’t go wrong with NPR’s Book Concierge.

  7. Read up on the school-choice program Doug Ducey signed into law this month.

  8. Was meal prep a big bust this school year? Get into the weekend habit over the summer so you can excel once August rolls around with these tips.

  9. John Thomas wants to know: Why do we work at desks? Learn more about flexible seating, and consider whether it could work in your classroom next school year.

  10. Ready to make your voice as an educator heard? The Third Annual Arizona NBCT Network Convening is a must-attend.

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