Classrooms are changing. That change can come from a new generation of teachers, emerging technologies, student behaviors, or a combination of factors. As a result, teachers’ classroom management strategies have changed as well. If your classroom management techniques fall behind the times, you'll have a daily struggle to keep your students engaged. Check out the eight best classroom management strategies that’ll help you govern your classroom and teach your students in 2020.
We hear from hundreds of business education teachers every school year. Many of them are looking for ways to answer one major question — “How can I get my students MOS certified?” A lot of these teachers gravitate toward Skills Assessment Manager (SAM) by Cengage. However, Cengage SAM isn’t a great fit for everyone!
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As a career readiness curriculum developer, we often hear from teachers who have questions about a variety of topics they are required to teach.
Teacher burnout is one of the biggest problems facing the American education system today.
HealthCenter21 and Kaduceus are two of the most popular curriculum options for health science teachers with medical assisting classes.
Textbooks are the #1 teaching tool used in the United States today. They’re timeless. They’re trusted. They’re the status quo. Because of this, a lot of teachers choose to stick with textbooks for all of their teaching needs. After all, if they worked for the previous generations, they’ll work for this generation too, right? Maybe! That’s a solid line of logic that teachers and administrators regularly consider. But they’re also antiquated, expensive, and out-of-date the minute they’re published.