five ways to conquer student apathy

I recently published a post about Five Things Teachers Can Do to Conquer Student Apathy. The post focused on specific actions teachers can take to build a classroom community and culture that is safe, engaging, and encourages students to get involved. But what about structuring the actual class period? How do we create content that […]

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How to Structure a 90-minute Block Social Studies Class

We all remember the first time we were told we would be teaching on a block schedule, the dread that immediately permeated the room. In my six years of teaching, up until last year, I’d actually only taught on a block schedule, so contrary to popular response, when I recently heard my administration announce that […]

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