Trends and Tips Archives - Page 2 of 7 - New Jersey Teachers Lounge

800-521-4084 Get a Teachers’ car insurance quote

Latest in: Trends and Tips

  • Classroom Class Study Academic Schedule

    5 Simple Classroom Organizing Solutions

    In Search of the Uncluttered Classroom: 5 Simple Classroom Organizing Solutions Clutter is the enemy of learning. It creates tension, stress and can be completely overwhelming. It’s hard enough to sleep well in a bedroom that is cluttered, let alone trying to teach and learn in a classroom that...
  • A Student-Curated Reading List to Combat Learning Loss

    With the holidays just around the corner, most teachers are gearing up for some time off and some much needed rest and relaxation. While these breaks can a wonderful time to re-charge for both teachers and students, sometimes progress made throughout the semester can be lost. For example, in 2015,...
  • 5 Strategies to Help Shy Students Succeed in Classroom Discussions

    In my early years of teaching, I spent much of my time and energy focused on classroom management. Included in this was teaching students how to have a productive classroom discussion. I would plan mini-lessons about appropriate interjections, how to respond to someone who disagrees with your viewpoint (without...
  • NJEA answers to members – and no one else

    New Jersey Governor-Elect Phil Murphy, is promising to push back against President Donald Trump’s administration. The Democrat promised to stand firm against what he called “an assault on American values and our constitution.” Read the source article at Latest South Jersey News...
  • The Case of the Shrinking Education Department

    This year has been challenging for teachers for a myriad of reasons. Research shows stress, PTSD, and mental/emotional health issues are running rampant for teachers around the country. Faced with the Trump Effect, many teachers are not only faced with the stresses and fears of students, but with their...
  • I apologize! Maybe NJEA leaders should try it, too. | Moran

    Gallery: West New York teachers protest on April 25, 2016 as contract negotiations get tense Comment , Columnist, The Star-Ledger I miss just one thing from the days when I was a practicing Catholic as a child: the confession. The idea was that when you screw up, you don’t...
  • What Can Higher Ed Learn from Precision Medicine?

    First, it was about access. Then completion. Now, it’s about wellness. Over the last few decades, discussions in higher-education reform have evolved from the concept of getting as many students through the doors of colleges, to making sure they complete their intended pathways. Now, the conversation appears to be...
  • What a Horse With Heartburn Taught Me About Developing Student Passion and Autonomy

    Most educators would agree that for learning to be meaningful, students need to find personal connections that help them make the content they’re learning relevant to their own lives. In an English Language Arts class, this might mean reading a book and feeling a connection to a character through...
  • A Virtual School Compensation Model Based on Student Completion Rates Raises Eyebrows

    Many services are paid for upon the satisfactory completion of a task—such as car maintenance, or hair styling, for example. But should a similar model apply to teacher compensation? In South Carolina, Horry County Schools’ virtual program proposes to do just that. The district recently implemented a model that...
Search Archives