Teasing May Lead to Less Activity for Children

A study at Brigham Young University has found that teasing may lead to less activity for children.  Not only do children who are teased become less active, they also report  having a worse quality of life than their non-teased peers. “Teasing not only influences...

Flipped Instruction a Success in Upstate New York

The ability of students to learn by completing assignments at their own pace has made flipped instruction a success in upstate New York schools.  Two Fulton Junior High School math teachers presented on their new system to teach seventh and eighth graders math at a...

Twitter Has Some Great Benefits for Teachers

Twitter has some great benefits for teachers. I’m obsessed, I’ll admit it. I signed up for a Twitter account a few years ago but didn’t really us it much.  Friends where always telling me what a great tool for teachers it is and how much I would...