Teach Talk

6 Jun 2016

7 Travel Discounts Just For Teachers

Be sure to dust off that teacher ID and pack it in your weekend bag this summer. Whether you are planning a summer vacation, piggy-backing a couple of fun days onto a conference or dreaming of the perfect retirement trip, don't miss these great ideas for saving money on your next getaway. We have seven [...]

26 May 2016

10 Activities to Help Students Explore Emotions

Research shows that there is a strong relationship between social-emotional learning and cognitive development. But, just like math and reading, students must be taught social and emotional skills. Emotional regulation is a particularly important skill for students to learn as it affects students’ ability to make decisions, persist in goal-oriented activities, and seek help when [...]

20 May 2016

Are We Calling Too Many Kids Bullies? Exploring What Bullying Is … and What It Isn’t

This blog post is the first in a series about bullying brought to you by Hazelden Publishing for Educators. You’ve probably seen a post in your Facebook newsfeed or been on the receiving end of a parent phone call: “My daughter was bullied on the playground today! The names she was called are unacceptable and [...]