No doubt about it–video is a powerful learning tool. Here are three quick tips to improve the quality of the YouTube videos you share with your students.

It is easy to facilitate, fun to play, and requires a cooperative effort–students have to work together to get the right answers.

When teachers ask why I use PowerPoint to create documents, I have a very simple answer: It saves TIME!

Use this free organizer to help your students make the switch from persuasion to argument.

A few “tricks up your sleeve” to use for last-minute sub plans, a few spare minutes, or when the copy machine breaks.

Resolve to share a poem a day (or every other day?) with your students.

Carve out some time this season to show your spirit, treating your students to a little fun and a lot of learning.