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Oh, the sounds of summer bliss: water splashing, slushie slurping, and alarm clock silence. We’re in love. Here’s our latest collection of clickworthy educator links — perfect for staying in the loop with lazy laptop lounging or poolside tablet surfing. Prep for your most upbeat year yet by steer

Jun 09, 2017

Oh, the sounds of summer bliss: water splashing, slushie slurping, and alarm clock silence. We’re in love. Here’s our latest collection of clickworthy educator links — perfect for staying in the loop with lazy laptop lounging or poolside tablet surfing.




  1. Prep for your most upbeat year yet by steering clear of these 11 things happy teachers don’t do.

  2. If your wheels are already spinning for next year, head over to this article and podcast for classroom management tips on how to start the year off right.

  3. What do you think of this teacher’s digital approach to student-led conferences?

  4. Shake up your bellwork with these eight different ways to use warm-ups in middle and high school math.

  5. The start of school pairs up with Arizona’s monsoon season. If you dread indoor recesses, stow these 20-plus ideas to save your sanity … for a rainy day.

  6. We’ve all had kids who just can’t seem to nip repetitive bad behavior in the bud. Let’s try these strips for visual accountability for reinforcing desired behaviors.

  7. Are you a mentor or teacher coach? Check out these four ways to organize your coaching life using Google Drive.

  8. Thank goodness for these 17 hacks that work in a special education classroom.

  9. In the mood for some shopping? We’re loving this teacher’s 10-plus Amazon must haves for you classroom.

  10. To end: 18 reasons why teachers need to shut up about being underpaid. Gotcha!


Keep on savoring the season! Until next time, happy clicking.

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