Kathleen Sullivan admits teachers are just as anxious and excited about the new school year as students.
James Kobialka believes the key to being a good teacher (one of the keys, really) is to care and to act for your students, not just towards them.
In March 2013, the VIVA Minneapolis Teachers Idea Exchange invited 5,000 K–12th grade teachers and education support professionals working in Minneapolis public schools to share their perspectives and experiences about maintaining a successful learning culture while addressing behavioral and discipline issues in their classrooms. They were invited to share their ideas in response to this
Beth Hillerns, who teaches Title I at East Central Elementary School near Sandstone, Minn., believes all students deserve access to full-day kindergarten.
Kathleen Sullivan, a fifth grade science teacher in Malden, Mass., has some ideas for investing in students.