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46 Best Teacher Valentine Gifts, as Recommended by Educators

While teachers always appreciate a card with a heartfelt message, they certainly don’t expect gifts on Valentine’s Day. Still, some of us wouldn’t want to let the holiday pass by without giving our favorite educators something extra special. For those whose love language is gift giving, here’s a roundup of …

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Designing Learning Spaces with Melissa Turnbaugh

Melissa Turnbaugh is a Partner at architecture firm PBK where she serves as National Education and Innovation Leader. She joins host Mike Palmer in a conversation about how architects approach designing K-12 learning spaces in a rapidly changing world, emphasizing the need for flexibility and personalization. Turnbaugh outlines emerging trends …

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5 Signs You Might Be Underinsured – Life Happens

If you have dependents—or just loved ones who you want to take care of after you die—life insurance is critical. This coverage helps ensure your lost income doesn’t translate to tangible material losses for your family once you’re gone. But how much life insurance is enough? That’s a question whose …

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Teaching Resources For Teaching Gifted And Talented Students

Resources For The Parents And Teachers Of Gifted And Talented Students by TeachThought Staff National Organizations and Advocacy National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC): Renowned organization offering resources, research, and advocacy for gifted education. They have a website with tip sheets, articles, and information on local chapters. Supporting Emotional Needs of …

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How to leave a legacy

You don’t need to be a millionaire to leave a meaningful legacy to your loved ones. Here, how to begin thinking of your legacy, and how to begin building it now, in both monetary and value-based ways by Anna Davies October 31, 2023  |   Wellness My 3-year-old daughter has just started …

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Should AI Replace Learning Practitioners?

Hold On For An AI Revolution Artificial Intelligence, or as you may know it, AI, is all the rage. Perceptions range from doom and gloom scenarios where our robot overlords kill us all (keep an eye on your Roomba) to a gleaming utopia elevating the human species from the tedious …

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Help! Can I Ignore Rude Emails From Students?

Dear We Are Teachers, I teach high school juniors. Last week, I got an email that said, verbatim and in its entirety: “Need a letter of rec from you no later than WEDNESDAY AT NOON.” This was sent on a Tuesday at 11:35 p.m. and I didn’t see it until …

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