Three Ways to Inspire Your Students to Write, Write, Write

There are usually two types of young writers in the class: those who have the writer’s bug and those who don’t. You know well the latter. These kids would rather solve math problems or arrange art supplies to avoid writing. Then, there’s the former who would start scribbling without a care in the world—that is,

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Think Outside the Box: 3 Ways Outdoor Learning Makes Your Students Smarter

There is a lot to be learned outside the classroom, and taking your class outdoors has tremendous cognitive benefits for the students. Aside from giving them a fresh, new environment, which curbs boredom, here are the other ways outdoor learning makes your pupils smarter: It relaxes them and makes lessons more relevant Research suggests that

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Creative Rut: How to Help Your Student Bust Out of Writer’s Block

Nothing’s more frustrating than writer’s block. For students, though, the struggle could be so discouraging to the point of having a self-defeating attitude. What happens often is they never revisit the story they started and give up on writing altogether. This is a depressing experience for any writer, but you can do something to turn

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Driving Trucks: Challenges, Rewards, and Requirements

People over the age of 50 may elect to take the truck driver route as a second career. Some retired airline captains, for instance, choose to become truckers before retirement. Driving a truck across the state or the country can appeal to people who have a strong desire to travel and explore more of the

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