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    Financial Literacy Resources for kids, teachers and parents from Education Update. Tap into budget planning resources that will enable your students to better grasp just what it will take to build a budget, rent a place to live, or buy a car. Or try out an interactive game that can help students practice personal finance skills.

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    The September 2013 issue of ASCD’s Education Leadership was dedicated to “Resilience and Learning.” There are several great free articles available.


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    Going Global in Korea with Skype | The education of a teacher.

    This is great! I'd add "engineers" "designers" and "problem solvers."

    The kind words of a teacher can be short & easy to speak, but their echoes are endless.

    This is a great website with many great articles on integrating the arts into the classroom and the importance of it.

    Even experienced teachers need to read this. Practicing procedures and routines to mastery! This is gold. Do this technique for any procedure, it works! The best "how to" from Fred Jones on establishing rules , procedures and standards in your classroom!---classroom management. Always need something up your sleeve ;)

    Why Formative Assessments Matter | Edutopia

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    Have you ever thought of trying out a flipped classroom? I love the reasons this teacher gives for why she did. As a tutor, I think a flipped classroom would be amazing because there is more opportunities to teach to the one.

    Ten Things I Would Tell Myself as a First Year Teacher

    Teaching with Poverty in Mind Browse Free Chapters Sample chapters "Understanding the Nature of Poverty" and "How Poverty Affects Behavior and Academic Performance" from Eric Jensen's best-selling book, Teaching with Poverty in Mind, are free to browse and share.