Big Idea #1 - For those teachers who struggle teaching math...
...former fourth-grade teacher Tracy Johnston Zager understands why. Teaching math to students can be challenging in and of itself and even harder when the teacher is anxious about math in the first place. Read the article to learn Ms. Johnston Zager's suggestions for those teachers who dread math time the most.
Big Idea #2 - Disruptive Students...
...are challenging even for the most experienced teachers. One way to handle disruptive behavior is to change the classroom dynamics from a negative, difficult environment to a positive, engaging environment. Read the article on how just changing the classroom dynamics can help disruptive students change their behavior.
Big Idea #3 - That pesky high school popularity contest
High school is difficult enough without having to deal with the popularity contests that come with it. Did you know that same contest affects people into adulthood? Read the article about how the popularity contest lingers into adulthood and how you can help teens deal with those issues.
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