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Summer State of Mind
#Teacher2Teacher  |  May 22, 2024

Summer State of Mind

Summer vacation is long anticipated by most people, but especially for those in a school setting, like students and educators. Summertime brings about the promise of warmth and relaxation. However, for some, it has the potential to bring about feelings of being overwhelmed or losing control. Make mental and physical health a priority this summer by taking steps each day to really tap into what it is you want and need from the day. Here are some self-care tips and tricks for the summer


End of the Year Excitement
#Teacher2Teacher  |  May 15, 2024

End of the Year Excitement

It can be tough keeping students engaged at the end of the school year. The weather is getting warmer. The days are getting longer, and students know summertime is just around the corner! Educators as well as students are ready for summer break! But with the excitement (and oftentimes chaos) during these last few weeks of school, it is important to keep students engaged and excited, yet focused as much as possible. Here are some ideas to keep everyone on track and allow all of us to finish the school year strong


We Appreciate YOU!
#Teacher2Teacher  |  May 6, 2024

We Appreciate YOU!

From the team here at ClassOrbit, we want to take a moment to remind each and every one of you that you are exceptional! We understand all of the energy, time, dedication, and perseverance it takes to be an educator in today's world. You are appreciated more than you know and we thank you for the difference you are making in the lives of the children and families you serve.


Explore the World on Two Wheels
#Teacher2Teacher  |  May 1, 2024

Explore the World on Two Wheels

May is National Bike Month, which is promoted by the League of American Bicyclists and celebrated in communities from coast to coast. Bike Month is a celebration of biking as transportation and as recreation. Riding a bike is healthy, fun, and a low-impact form of exercise for all ages. Plus, it's a family-friendly way to get outside and get fit together.


ClassOrbit is Expanding
#Teacher2Teacher  |  April 24, 2024

ClassOrbit is Expanding

Every year, new technology trends emerge to provide something new for learners and educators to further their learning experience. Our team here at ClassOrbit is working hard behind the scenes to bring you an efficient and streamlined way to manage all the daily activities within your classroom through the use of one simplified platform.


Earth Day
#Teacher2Teacher  |  April 17, 2024

Earth Day

Earth Day is held on the same day each year, April 22nd. This year’s theme is Planets vs. Plastics, which is chosen annually by EarthDay.org. With Earth Day being this upcoming Monday, it creates an ideal opportunity to introduce the Earth Day theme and continue students’ understanding of this theme throughout the week!


Total Solar Eclipse
#Teacher2Teacher  |  April 3, 2024

Total Solar Eclipse

We have the opportunity to witness a historic celestial event this upcoming Monday! Monday, April 8th, a total solar eclipse will cross North America, passing over Mexico, United States, and Canada. This is going to be a spectacular sighting as the next total solar eclipse that can be seen from the contiguous United States will not be for another two decades (think 2044)!


Take a Break
#Teacher2Teacher  |  March 27, 2024

Take a Break

Breaks are scientifically proven to aide in mental and physical health. Whether it is a small break from doing a task or a larger week-long break from school, breaks are essential as humans. It has been shown that Spring break can be highly beneficial to students’ and teachers’ mental health because this week of vacation allows for a much-needed mental decompression from demanding school-related stressors (homework, social encounters, deadlines, schedules, grades, etc.).


World Math Day
#Teacher2Teacher  |  March 20, 2024

World Math Day

World Math Day is on March 23rd, and we're counting on you to flex those brain muscles and get excited about the wonderful world of numbers. Here at ClassOrbit, we love math! When teaching math, have you ever heard a student ask, “When will we ever use this?” I certainly have. March 23rd is World Math Day and math can be seen and used not only in school, but at home and in sports, too. It is used every single day. From cooking measurements, determining how far it is to drive somewhere, balancing an online checking account, buying clothes, comparing sports scores, making change for a customer, calculating square footage, etc. Math is all around us!


Spring Fever
#Teacher2Teacher  |  March 13, 2024

Spring Fever

Can you feel it? Spring is near! Extra sunlight, warmer weather, and flowers blooming are a welcome reminder that Spring is right around the corner. As educators, it is an ideal time to expand on the teaching moments around us. Your kids are likely noticing flowers are budding, the weather is getting warmer, new baby animals are around, and the day is lighter after dinnertime. By tapping into the world around us and the changing seasons, we are able to learn about the need for transition. Every season of our lives may unfold naturally, when we allow it the time to do so.


Made of Matter
#Teacher2Teacher  |  March 6, 2024

Made of Matter

Students across all ages and grade-levels experience matter in their everyday lives. In fact, our entire world is made of matter, including things we don't see, such as the air we breathe. With all of the wild snowstorms we have seen lately across the nation, as educators, we can use it as a prime learning opportunity. Students can learn that matter has mass and takes up space. Matter can also exist in different states—solids, liquids, or gases.


Let's Get Moving!
#Teacher2Teacher  |  February 28, 2024

Let's Get Moving!

This can be the time of year when students begin to feel antsy, especially in the weeks leading up to Spring Break. Encourage your students to get back on track and maintain focus, while channeling their energy into learning, with ClassOrbit’s Mental Energizer video. This video provides opportunities for exercise, which increases glucose to the brain, and, in turn, makes it easier for kids to learn.


Tooth Wisdom & Presidents
#Teacher2Teacher  |  February 21, 2024

Tooth Wisdom & Presidents

You may ask how teeth and presidents connect… Well, in February we celebrate both President’s Day and National Children's Dental Health Month. I’m sure you’ve discussed the reason most schools across the nation observed Monday as a holiday, so let’s embrace that and also tie in the importance of dental health. To make the connection for both topics, an interesting fact may catch the attention of your students…


Love and Kindness
#Teacher2Teacher  |  February 14, 2024

Love and Kindness

Happy Valentine’s Day! Not only is this a day filled with love, but this week is a week for cherishing all of our friendships and spreading kindness to others. Valentine’s Day and Random Acts of Kindness Day (celebrated annually on February 17th) are both days expressing love and gratitude towards our loved ones, being kind to one another, and celebrating each individual for who they are, despite our differences. Join us as we focus on making kindness a priority by planning to share random acts of kindness all throughout the week. Remember, sharing love and kindness can be informal and simple like


American Heart Month
#Teacher2Teacher  |  February 7, 2024

American Heart Month

We know February is Black History Month, but February is also American Heart Month, a time when all people are encouraged to focus on their cardiovascular health. It is the perfect opportunity to connect a topic already in circulation within the news, internet, and social media sources, to science lessons for your students. Consider building an entire month of health and science lessons, activities, and project-based learning opportunities that support science concepts such as: heart health, eating fruits and vegetables, body systems, etc.


Honoring Black History Month
#Teacher2Teacher  |  January 31, 2024

Honoring Black History Month

February might be the shortest month of the year, but it is a month that can be filled with impactful lessons across the curriculum. Every February, the U.S. honors the contributions and sacrifices of African Americans who helped shape our nation. Black History is American History. Black History Month celebrates the rich cultural heritage, triumphs, and adversities that are ingrained as part of our country's history. We can support our students as they learn more, discover cultural impacts, and follow movements through to the present day.


Leading up to a New Month
#Teacher2Teacher  |  January 25, 2024

Leading up to a New Month

Every month, there are hundreds of national and international celebrations or observances. Some are dedicated to raising awareness and support for meaningful causes, while others celebrate a historical moment, an influential person, or even a favorite food item. It can be difficult to keep up with them all, but in the days leading up to the beginning of a new month, it’s always nice to take a peek at the national observances with a quick internet search. This allows educators the opportunity to embed existing curriculum with meaningful and relevant topics that will be discussed in every day life throughout the month.


The Power to Lead
#Teacher2Teacher  |  January 18, 2024

The Power to Lead

This week we honored the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a visionary leader who changed American culture forever. He was a man who had a formidable dream, communicated that dream, and led people to do things completely different propelling our nation towards evolution and innovation. If we take some time with our students to think about the leadership lessons and the legacy that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. left behind, then we can begin to draw parallels to other influential leaders across the history books. By drawing connections from MLK Jr. to other influential leaders, it allows us and our students to understand how new information relates to what they already know, leading to a deeper and more meaningful understanding.


Nurturing a Growth Mindset
#Teacher2Teacher  |  January 10, 2024

Nurturing a Growth Mindset

Happy New Year, everyone!! The New Year signifies a fresh start. It can bring about new opportunities, new growth, and new adventures. With the New Year, there is also a lot of talk surrounding resolutions. For the first time, I did not make any resolutions. Instead, I am making a conscious effort to improve my mindset each day. Whether it is through affirmations, reading 10 pages out of a growth mindset book, or doing 15 minutes of yoga or focused breathing, I am prioritizing and growing my mindset in 2024.


Embracing the Cold
#Teacher2Teacher  |  January 3, 2024

Embracing the Cold

"To appreciate the beauty of a snowflake, it is necessary to stand out in the cold." - Aristotle. We are seeing beautiful snow-covered mountains and hilltops all across the nation. The winter weather has made its presence known with record rainfall, El Nino looming in the horizon for the West Coast, as well as a winter storm that is brewing for the East Coast. Mother Nature is in full force!


Holiday Break
#Teacher2Teacher  |  December 27, 2023

Holiday Break

As we begin to wrap up the year, myself and the team here at ClassOrbit want to wish you Happy Holidays and a Healthy New Year. It is my hope that your plans for your holiday break include spending time with your loved ones, doing activities you love, rejuvenating your mind and body, and cherishing the special moments. Thank you for continuing to love our ClassOrbit platform. We are excited to share new content and new applications with you in 2024! Sending love and laughter to you all.


Gamify Your Holidays
#Teacher2Teacher  |  December 21, 2023

Gamify Your Holidays

Games are fun. We love playing them, watching them, and even creating them. But how can we bring elements of gameplay into our classroom or even into our homes in meaningful ways?


Gamifying Learning
#Teacher2Teacher  |  December 14, 2023

Gamifying Learning

What does gamification mean and how does it apply to education? Gamification is the process in which you take something that is not a game and apply game design and mechanics to it in order to increase user engagement, happiness, and even loyalty. In the business world, gamification can be seen through customer loyalty programs for credit cards and memberships. In education, gamification can be utilized to transform traditional lessons into an enhanced learning experience where students choose to explore and practice content, and potentially earn badges and added benefits.


Did You Know?
#Teacher2Teacher  |  November 29, 2023

Did You Know?

I hope you all had a wonderful break spent with delicious food and cheerful conversations with loved ones.


Exciting EdTech on the Horizon
#Teacher2Teacher  |  November 22, 2023

Exciting EdTech on the Horizon

It was only a matter of time before the education sector was renovated by technology, and as educators we all know educational technology is here to stay. Every year, new trends emerge to provide something new to the learners and educators to further the learning experience. Our team here at ClassOrbit is working hard behind the scenes to bring you an efficient and streamlined way to manage all the daily activities within your classroom.


Native American Heritage
#Teacher2Teacher  |  November 15, 2023

Native American Heritage

Indigenous people have played a significant role in laying the foundation and history of the Americas. Native communities have passed down rich cultures, knowledge, traditions, and ways of life. Many of these historically important events and developments in the Americas have furthermore shaped the modern world as we know it today.


The Right to Vote
#Teacher2Teacher  |  November 8, 2023

The Right to Vote

At this point in the four-year election cycle, there is no presidential election and no regular congressional races, yet yesterday, as many of you know, was Election Day for your local general elections. Historically, voting as an educational topic is focused on during a presidential election. But why wait until a presidential election year to discuss the importance of voting when you can focus on citizenship every year with your students? By utilizing the annual Election Day, students can gain a greater appreciation for the power of voting and the power of their voice.


Month of Gratitude
#Teacher2Teacher  |  November 1, 2023

Month of Gratitude

November 1st is the beginning of National Gratitude Month and it provides us with the opportunity to actively embrace the power of gratitude. Gratitude is the quality of being thankful, and being ready to show appreciation for kindness whilst displaying it to others. It is so much more than simply saying “thank you”. Gratitude has been proven to generate a positive impact on psychological, physical, and personal wellbeing. Practicing gratitude or reflecting on what you’re grateful for is an effective way to deal with life’s chaotic, stressful and tense moments.


It's In Your Hands
#Teacher2Teacher  |  October 4, 2023

It's In Your Hands

As we look outside to see the leaves starting to change and feel the brisk air on our face, it is evident fall has arrived and is planning to stay. As so many of us educators experience, the cooler air that fall brings can often affect our immune systems and bring about increased susceptibility to colds and flu. Teaching about germs and reinforcing the concept of handwashing can evolve into an entire week-long science series.


Community Connection
#Teacher2Teacher  |  September 13, 2023

Community Connection

As educators in the beginning months of establishing a positive classroom culture, there is a lot of energy and time focused on building relationships, developing an understanding of the diverse backgrounds of our students, and creating a community of kindness and acceptance.


Beautiful Beginnings
#Teacher2Teacher  |  August 25, 2023

Beautiful Beginnings

BIG congratulations on finishing the first few days, or even for some of you, the first few weeks of your new school year! Every beautiful beginning brings so much buzz and excitement to the classroom making it infectious for all of us in attendance.


Embedding the Arts
#Teacher2Teacher  |  August 11, 2023

Embedding the Arts

The arts teach students countless lessons - they build critical thinking skills, teach organization of ideas and work, provide connective learning, develop the understanding that small differences can have large effects, affords equity amongst all learners, facilitates collaboration leading to creativity, and the list could go on and on.


If you do nothing else...
#Teacher2Teacher  |  August 4, 2023

If you do nothing else...

The school year is beginning for many of us, and the energy around the first days of school are electric. Everyone is trying to prepare their kids and students for the start of a successful school year.


#Teacher2Teacher  |  July 7, 2023

"Sea" You at the Beach!

Our team at ClassOrbit hopes you all had a wonderful 4th of July! Even after the holiday, the heat wave has continued across the nation and it is sending a lot of people to the beach to soak up the cool ocean waves.


Summertime Science
#Teacher2Teacher  |  June 23, 2023

Summertime Science

Science is one of the oldest and most important academic disciplines, and covers a wide variety of subjects. When you think about science, it helps us to understand the world around us. Everything we know about the universe, from how trees reproduce, to what an atom is made up of, to technology and inventions, is the result of scientific research and experiment.


The 4 Most Important Summertime Activities
#Teacher2Teacher  |  June 12, 2023

The 4 Most Important Summertime Activities

Summertime is here! Schools and colleges are out, the weather is warm, and the pools are open. It is a season full of energy and freedom where the nights are long and the possibilities are endless. With endless possibilities, oftentimes, it can create a sense of pressure to provide entertainment and creative activities for the children and teens in your life. I’m here to tell you to keep it simple. Give yourself grace and allow for flexibility within the days. Focus on four key summertime activities to give the kids and teens in your life a boost this summer: sleep, exercise, read for fun, and make memories.


Black History Month
#Teacher2Teacher  |  February 1, 2023

Black History Month

Every month, there are hundreds of national and international celebrations dedicated to raising awareness and support for meaningful causes and topics. It can be difficult to keep up with them all, but if you focus on identifying a few meaningful and relevant topics for the month, it can help guide lessons and real-life applications for your students.


National Celebrations as Learning Opportunities
#Teacher2Teacher  |  January 29, 2023

National Celebrations as Learning Opportunities

Every month, there are hundreds of national and international celebrations dedicated to raising awareness and support for meaningful causes and topics. It can be difficult to keep up with them all, but if you focus on identifying a few meaningful and relevant topics for the month, it can help guide lessons and real-life applications for your students.


Martin Luther King Jr. Day
#Teacher2Teacher  |  January 18, 2023

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

This video will grab your students' attention as they learn about Dr. King's contributions to the people of the United States and those living throughout the world. They will learn about King's childhood experiences with prejudice, his ability to speak in front of others, his commitment to nonviolence, and finally why it is so important to follow his message of hope and peace.


Happy Holidays
#Teacher2Teacher  |  December 21, 2022

Happy Holidays

As we begin to wrap up the year, myself and the team here at ClassOrbit want to wish you a Happy Holiday and a Healthy New Year. It is my hope that your plans include spending time with your loved ones as you celebrate this holiday season. Thank you for continuing to love our ClassOrbit platform by sharing with your kids, students, and fellow educators. We are excited to share new content with you in 2023! Sending love and laughter to you all.


Winter Weather
#Teacher2Teacher  |  December 16, 2022

Winter Weather

“What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness.” - John Steinbeck. We are seeing beautiful snow-covered mountains and hilltops all across the nation. The winter weather has made its presence known with record rain and snowfall in numerous cities and regions around the United States.


Season of Gratitude
#Teacher2Teacher  |  December 6, 2022

Season of Gratitude

We hope all of you had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday full of laughter and joy. The staff here at ClassOrbit, wants to extend our gratitude for our loyal educators, students, and community members for all your continued support throughout the years. We cannot put into words the appreciation we have for you all! As we all know, the holiday season is full of activities, but it is the perfect chance to stay in a season of gratitude. It is a chance to re-energize your body and mind, refocus on personal goals, and reconnect with what matters in your life. Bring the kids and students in your life into the mix by embracing this season of gratitude. Here are some creative ways to stay in a present state of appreciation:


National Gratitude Month
#Teacher2Teacher  |  November 2, 2022

National Gratitude Month

November is National Gratitude Month and it provides us with the opportunity to actively embrace the power of gratitude. Gratitude is so much more than simply saying “thank you”. Reflecting on that for which we are grateful, is an important way for people to feel satisfaction with themselves and their current state, rather than dissatisfaction with what they don’t have. Practicing daily gratitude or “thankful thinking” gives us a deeper connection to ourselves, builds better interpersonal relationships, helps us develop stronger bonds with others, and connects us to the world around us.


Clean Hands, Sound Bodies
#Teacher2Teacher  |  October 19, 2022

Clean Hands, Sound Bodies

As we look at the vibrant leaves and breathe in the brisk air outside, it is evident fall has arrived and is planning to stay. As so many of us educators experience, the cooler air that fall and winter brings can often affect our immune systems and bring about increased susceptibility to colds and flu. Teaching about germs and reinforcing the concept of handwashing can evolve into an entire week-long science series.


Paul and his Science Pals
#Teacher2Teacher  |  October 12, 2022

Paul and his Science Pals

At ClassOrbit, our team works hard to make sure you have engaging videos and content to enhance your lesson plans and the learning experiences for your students.


Autumn’s in the Air
#Teacher2Teacher  |  October 5, 2022

Autumn’s in the Air

Crisp Air, Cool Breeze, Fall Leaves - These are just some of the things Autumn brings! Welcoming in a new season is always so refreshing, especially when it’s one with promises of cooler weather and beautiful changes in landscapes. As an educator, it also brings about a vast amount of exciting lesson plan ideas and learning experiences for our students.


Mother Nature
#Teacher2Teacher  |  August 29, 2022

Mother Nature

Our team here at ClassOrbit is sending our well wishes to all of our families who are impacted by Hurricane Ian. As many of you are dealing first-hand with Mother Nature’s force; others of us are watching updates and offering support from afar.


Back to School!
#Teacher2Teacher  |  August 24, 2022

Back to School!

School is back in action! The excitement and butterflies that come with starting the first few weeks of school is felt by students and teachers alike.


Making Learning Relevant
#Teacher2Teacher  |  July 20, 2022

Making Learning Relevant

The other week I wrote about making learning relevant. Every educational experience has the potential to help your learners make sense of the world. Students want to learn about things that have an impact on their everyday lives.


Summer Highlight
#Teacher2Teacher  |  July 13, 2022

Summer Highlight

Farmer's markets, for me, are one of the highlights of the summer season. There’s nothing that compares to eating as you shop, gathering your fresh fruits, veggies, and proteins for the week! Even better, you get the opportunity to have real conversations with the local farmers and vendors who set up booths for their produce or locally handcrafted products.


Global Citizen
#Teacher2Teacher  |  July 6, 2022

Global Citizen

With so much going on in our world right now, especially here in the United States, we are at a time where we must focus on what we can do in our daily lives to better the communities around us and continue to build our global perspective.


Independence Day
#Teacher2Teacher  |  June 29, 2022

Independence Day

The 4th of July is upon us! Holidays are always a wonderful way to bring together friends and family to catch up and make new memories. Plus, the 4th of July is a day off from work which gives you extra time to soak up the sun and community celebrations.


Planet Parade
#Teacher2Teacher  |  June 15, 2022

Planet Parade

Summer has officially begun and is one of the best times of the year to star-gaze and explore the magnificence of our solar system. In fact, the month of June is the ideal opportunity to see all five planets aligned together in the night sky in what is referred to as the “Planet Parade”.


Internet Safety
#Teacher2Teacher  |  June 8, 2022

Internet Safety

The Internet along with online programs and apps can be wonderful tools for kids. They can use these tools to research people or topics, communicate with experts or their peers, and continue sharpening their skills… especially while away from school during these summer months.


Here Comes the Sun
#Teacher2Teacher  |  June 1, 2022

Here Comes the Sun

Summer vacation is long anticipated by most people, but especially for those in a school setting, like students and educators. Summertime brings about the promise of warmth and relaxation. However, for some, it has the potential to bring about feelings of being overwhelmed or losing control.


The Gift of Boredom
#Teacher2Teacher  |  May 25, 2022

The Gift of Boredom

Boredom isnt always a bad thing.


End of the Year Engagement
#Teacher2Teacher  |  May 18, 2022

End of the Year Engagement

It can be tough keeping students engaged at the end of the school year.


Ride a Bike!
#Teacher2Teacher  |  May 11, 2022

Ride a Bike!

Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of a bike ride.


Teacher Appreciation Week
#Teacher2Teacher  |  May 2, 2022

Teacher Appreciation Week

From the team here at ClassOrbit, we want to take a moment to remind each and every one of you that you are exceptional!


Just Dance!
#Teacher2Teacher  |  April 29, 2022

Just Dance!

Today is "International Dance Day" and is celebrated every year on April 29th in honor of famous dancer Jean-Georges Noverre. The International Dance Day message aims to celebrate the artform and bring people together with a common language — dance.


Student Leaders
#Teacher2Teacher  |  March 2, 2022

Student Leaders

Student leaders are an important element to the classroom community. Inspire students to become leaders by sharing How Leaders and Events Shape Communities, featuring well-known leaders, such as George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.


Mental Energizer
#Teacher2Teacher  |  February 22, 2022

Mental Energizer

This can be the time of year when students begin to feel antsy, especially after a 3-day weekend. Encourage your students to get back on track and maintain focus, while channeling their energy into learning, with ClassOrbit’s Mental Energizer video.


Random Act of Kindness Day on February 17th
#Teacher2Teacher  |  February 17, 2022

Random Act of Kindness Day on February 17th

Do you plan anything around the national "Random Acts of Kindness Day" on Thursday, February 17th? Join us during this special day dedicated to keep kindness growing by planning to share random acts of kindness all throughout the day.


Tooth Love!
#Teacher2Teacher  |  February 9, 2022

Tooth Love!

As we move into February and begin to enjoy all of the delicious Valentine’s Day treats that come our way, let’s teach our students how to care for their teeth.


Black History Month: February
#Teacher2Teacher  |  February 1, 2022

Black History Month: February

Every February, the U.S. honors the contributions and sacrifices of African Americans who helped shape the nation. Black History is American History.


Get Better Each Day (Goal Setting)
#Teacher2Teacher  |  January 18, 2022

Get Better Each Day (Goal Setting)

We all know this is the time of year everyone sets resolutions, but do you understand the reasoning behind WHY goal setting should become a priority for not only yourself but for the students in your life?


Martin Luther King Jr. Day
#Teacher2Teacher  |  January 10, 2022

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

This video will grab your students' attention as they learn about Dr. King's contributions to the people of the United States and those living throughout the world. They will learn about King's childhood experiences with prejudice, his ability to speak in front of others, his commitment to nonviolence, and finally why it is so important to follow his message of hope and peace.


It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like...
#Teacher2Teacher  |  December 13, 2021

It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like...

...Winter! I don't know about you, but I had to grab my warmest jacket this morning before heading outside. Brrrrrr!!!!


Making Reading Fun!
#Teacher2Teacher  |  December 1, 2021

Making Reading Fun!

Knowing there's only 3-4 weeks until winter break, sparking passion for reading and keeping that fire lit is crucial. Encouraging kids to read during the holidays and winter break can be an even bigger challenge...


Happy Thanksgiving Break!
#Teacher2Teacher  |  November 23, 2021

Happy Thanksgiving Break!

This time of year always helps me to realize how grateful I am for educators like you. It is also a great time for YOU to reflect on all the amazing things you have done and continue to do for the students in your life.


National STEM/STEAM Day
#Teacher2Teacher  |  November 3, 2021

National STEM/STEAM Day

Did you know Monday, November 8th is National STEM/STEAM Day? This is a day you'll want to celebrate with your students!


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