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Self-Care and the Holidays: Recharging over Winter Break

Now that we are in mid-December, attention is quickly turning toward the winter break. Teachers often look forward to the winter break as a time to unwind, recharge, and spend quality time with family and friends. How teachers spend their holiday breaks depends on their individual preferences, obligations, and specific life circumstances. In the past, …

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Principal Strategies: Academic Focus Between the Holidays

The academic focus is often lost between Thanksgiving and the Winter Break as this stretch is one of the toughest for students, teachers, and school leaders. Everyone in education knows it because there is a collective anticipation about those two weeks away at the end of December. This forward-focus on a break diminishes an academic …

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Candy Science – Spooktacular Teacher Tips for Halloween Classroom Fun

As the leaves change colors and the crisp autumn air fills the atmosphere, one thing is clear: Halloween is near. In fact, it is here today! For teachers, this day of the year can be both a thrilling and challenging time in the classroom. How do you keep students engaged and learning while the excitement …

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New Content | Bullying and Cyberbullying FREE Courses

As October carries significant with it being National Bullying Prevention Month in the United States, the Stride PD Center has created and launched two free courses for school leaders and teachers. These courses provide definitions, offer statistics, focus on everyone affected in bullying (e.g., the victim, the bully, and bystanders), share strategies to support students, …

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Surviving the 1st Semester – Ways to Avoid Teacher Burnout

As educators, the beginning of a new school year brings excitement, fresh opportunities, and the chance to make a positive impact on young minds. However, we are now in October – that longish stretch before Veteran’s Day and the Thanksgiving holidays. This time period includes the first quarter grading results, parent/teacher conferences, the “sugar rush” …

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Stand Against Harmful Behavior: National Bullying Prevention Month

October carries significant importance for many reasons, but we are focusing on the fact that it is National Bullying Prevention Month in the United States.  This special observance is a critical reminder that all of us have the responsibility to help prevent the pervasive issue of bullying in our society. In this blog, we’ll explore …

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New Courses

Bullying Prevention – TENTATIVE RELEASE DATE 10.10.23October is National Bullying Prevention Month, and the Stride PD Center is going to release a FREE course that looks a bullying prevention for teachers and school leaders. The content itself will adopt a three-pronged approach to the topic and will have our typical reflection questions, engagement activities, and …

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