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In high school

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41 Incredibly Useful Scholarships for Juniors in High School

Start securing money for college today by applying to high school scholarships for juniors. These are the 2019-2020 deadlines you don't want to sleep on.

Books for High School English

Are you looking for books to use in your high school classroom that will actually engage your students? High school novels aren’t always the easiest to choose, especially when you have a group of students who are reluctant readers. Try a few of these suggestions for novels to teach in high school English that will keep your students excited about reading.

How to Manage Your Time in High School

These time management tips for high school students will help you organize your life while making high school feel like a breeze!

10 Writing Warm-Ups to Engage Your Students in the Middle School ELA or High School English Classroom

In the public education setting, timed-writes are a required part of many standardized tests. Rather than try to cloak that reality, embrace it! Show your students that timed writing can be a fun challenge, and develop their expository and analytical prowess by beginning every class with a writing warm-up. These warm-ups should take only five to ten minutes, and you can easily implement them into your daily bell-ringer routine. Here are ten exercises to build your students' writing…

Why Use Interactive Notebooks in High School? - Leah Cleary

Most high school teachers have strong opinions about Interactive Student Notebooks (ISNs). They either love them or hate them. They see the benefit of using

A Complete College Prep Checklist: High School Junior Year - The Scholarship System

For Class of 2020: We know high school junior year can be a busy time for students but staying on track junior year avoids scrambling during senior year. Here's what you need to know.

A Cell Phone Policy that Actually WORKS! — Mud and Ink Teaching

Every school and every teacher has a different philosophy with student cell phones, but with classroom management as a whole. Whether you are on the FORBIDDEN end of the spectrum or on the “do what you want, it’s your grade” end, I just might have a solution that will help in your classroo