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Guest Post: Create Immersive Education With Binge-Teaching

This is the next guest post from Brian Smith, an educator from North Carolina. He’ll be blogging with us over the next few months. Binge-watching is watching multiple episodes of a show for several hours in a single sitting. This has become a national phenomenon. Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Prime and TV series on DVDs and Blu […]

Guest Post: Professional Bucket List

We’re thrilled to bring you guest posts from teachers just like you here at the School Outfitters blog. Our first guest is Brian Smith, an educator from North Carolina, who will be blogging with us over the next few months. Bucket List, or, a list of activities and experiences that a person would like to see […]

Elementary School Valentine’s Day Activities & Lessons

February 14th is approaching fast. Looking for a way to celebrate beyond the standard parties, candy and Valentine card exchange? Why not incorporate Valentine crafts and activities into your entire day? Here are some ways to make an entire school day out of Valentine’s Day. Broken Heart This Valentine’s game requires concentration and teamwork as […]

EDspaces 2014 Recap Part 2

Day two of EDspaces offered sessions on healthy living in schools: Designers Dina Sorensen and Jeri Brittin worked on Virginia’s Buckingham County schools to address student obesity and well-being concerns. They made stairways attractive and readily accessible while making elevators as hidden as possible while still being ADA accessible. They created a student garden and created […]