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  • Why Team Teaching is Like a Marriage (and How to Keep the Magic Alive)

    If you’ve ever been in a team teaching partnership, you know exactly what I mean. Team teaching can be an incredibly rewarding experience, or the exact opposite. If you think about it, in the course of a week, our colleagues likely see us more than our family members do....
  • Teachers of NJ: Un-Standardizing the Humanities

    em>NJ Teachers’ Lounge is excited to continue its Teachers of New Jersey series in 2018. This editorial series is curated by photojournalist, Gregory Andrus, creator of the social media series, Portraits of the Jersey Shore. These stories highlight the joys, struggles, and personal reflections that surround being a teacher....
  • February Giveaway: Treat Yourself with a Spa Gift Certificate

    Survive the stretch with our $300 Teachers’ Spa Giveaway! Enter to win $300 in spa services at the spa of your choice. June is in sight, but it’s gonna be a long haul. Shed some of the teacher stress with a day at the spa! You’ve earned it. Click...
  • The Best Movies to Show Your Students About U.S. Presidents

    During the month of February, most teachers look forward to President’s Day because it’s a day off on the academic calendar! However, that doesn’t mean you can’t tie in some sort of academic content in reference to that specific day leading up to it. Social Studies lessons and reading...
  • Women's History Month Clara Barton

    Women’s History Month: 7 Ideas to Inspire Your Teaching

    Looking for online resources on New Jersey women’s history, or local destinations to visit with your class? Thankfully, there are a multitude of quality resources available for NJ educators to draw upon to develop lesson plans for Women’s History Month this March. Complete lesson plans are also at your...
  • 10 Money Saving Apps for Frugal Teachers

    You know the stats: according to NPR.org and the Huffington Post, teachers are spending around $500- $1,000 of their own money on classroom supplies each and every year. That really adds up. As a teacher you spend money on other people’s kids. Whether it’s out of pure necessity, or...
  • So You’re Married to a Teacher

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