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Best of Teacher HELPLINE!: What to Wear to a Teacher Interview

By Hannah Hudson
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9 Essential Lessons for Teaching the Holocaust

By Elizabeth Mulvahill
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The ABCs of Cultivating Optimistic Students

By Chase Mielke
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Best of Teacher HELPLINE: 11 Research Project Strategies for Second Graders

By WeAreTeachers Staff
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4 Strategies to Help Kids Understand Math Using Visualization

By WeAreTeachers Staff
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What If Teachers Made Way More Money?

By Emily Hopkins
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10 Questions I Intend to Ask at My Hogwarts Interview

By Captain Awesome
  • Classroom Management

Free Printable of the Week: My Self-Esteem

By Squarehead Teachers
  • Social Studies

The National Parks: From the New Deal to a Big Deal for Fourth Graders

By Danielle N. Barr
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My Students and I Got Real About Donald Trump and Here’s What Happened

By Kathren Hill
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The 411 on LEGO® Education's Newest STEM Education Product: WeDo 2.0

By WeAreTeachers Staff
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We're Bridging the Wrong Gap With Our Low-Income Students, and Here's Why

By Captain Awesome
  • Social Studies

Teach Politics in Class (And Live to Tell About It)

By Emily Hopkins
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Best of Teacher HELPLINE: 19 Great Video Channels for the Classroom

By WeAreTeachers Staff
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Best of Teacher HELPLINE: Addressing "Retard" or "Gay" in the Classroom

By Danielle N. Barr
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When Things Fall Apart: The Abuse of School-Board Power

By Stephanie Jankowski
  • Social Studies

10 Primary Source Lessons Every American History Teacher Should Teach

By WeAreTeachers Staff
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10 Cool Ways for Teens to Celebrate Earth Day

By Elizabeth Mulvahill
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Free Printable of the Week: Fiction or Nonfiction Sort

By Squarehead Teachers
  • Reading & Writing
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The Perfect Book for Every Type of Reluctant Reader I See in Middle School

By Love Teach
  • Social Studies

7 Ideas for Teaching Teens About the Holocaust Using Books and Film Clips

By Elizabeth Mulvahill
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