21 Store Discounts for Educators and Their Classroom

According to Money magazine, teachers spend an average of $500 per year on school supplies for their classrooms.  Teachers are also spending their hard-earned money on other items for students like clothing, food, bus fare, etc.  If this rings true for you, then you... read more

Getting to the Heart of Valentine’s Day

What’s more romantic than Valentine’s Day? It’s the day of love, and no other day has as much meaning for those true to the heart. Don’t make the mistake of forgetting your special person on February 14; 53% of women said they would end their relationship if they... read more

Random Acts of Kindness Resources for Educators

What is Random Acts of Kindness Week? Random Acts of Kindness Week is a time when people are challenged to be kind to another for no reason other than to be thoughtful.  The hope is that a person on the receiving end of an act of kindness will turn around and be the... read more

10 Ways Educators Can Eat Right During the School Day

As a teacher, you know throughout the day the hunger cravings can pop up and sometimes the most convenient option is to pop into the teacher’s lounge for a vending machine snack. We have the tips to help educators keep energy and eat healthy throughout the day.... read more

6 Ways for Nurses to Beat the Winter Blues

Now that winter is here; the winter blues can come fast. It’s not uncommon for this time of year to feel sluggish and sad. About 20% of people above the age of 20 have a hard time through this season. As a nurse, working a 12-hour shift can make the days feel longer,... read more

When Is It Time for a Policy Review?

It’s a good idea to do an occasional review of your auto and home insurance policies; you’ll sleep better at night knowing you are protected against expected surprises if you have a claim. You might also find savings if a traffic ticket falls off your record or you... read more

Does Efficient Parent Communication Make a Difference?

Communication with the parents of students is one of the most important, if not THE most important components of student success.  However, in between grading, paperwork, planning, copying, instructing, meetings, and tackling academic and behavior difficulties of... read more

5 Ways to Help Students Set Their Own Classroom Goals

Having students set their own academic and behavior goals allows students to take ownership and control of their accomplishments in the classroom.  Students are more likely to succeed at a task or assignment if they have a self-created target in mind.  Here are some... read more

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