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Classroom Matters Episode #7: Jeffrey Blair

On the next episode of Classroom Matters, Kristy speaks with Jeffrey Blair, co-owner of the bookstore Eyeseeme (along with his wife, Pamela) in St. Louis, Missouri. Blair talks about the benefits of ...

Classroom Matters with Kristy Houle: A New Educate.Today Podcast

We’re excited to announce the upcoming Educate.Today podcast “Classroom Matters with Kristy Houle!” In the Classroom Matters podcast, Kristy sits down with a variety of guests to di...

Memorial Day is More than Good Food

By Linda Chuvala As Memorial Day arrives, so does the beginning of summer vacation. School ends and students look forward to study-free afternoons, water-filled days and vacations. We celebrate gradu...

The Month of May

By Linda Chuvala   The month of May is full of celebrations, with the emergence of spring, ending of the school year, and the start of vacation season.  The month starts off with May Day. Many a...

Classroom Matters with Kristy Houle

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April Fun Facts

by Linda Chuvala Most of us look forward to the month of April as spring returns with warm temperatures, blooming flowers, and many outdoor festivals.  There are a lot of fun facts and celebrations i...

Celebrate Diversity With Us

By Gabrielle Corley From its very beginnings, America has been a nation of immigrants, with ideals that strive for tolerance and equality regardless of heritage. No other nation in the world can boas...

National Haiku Poetry Day

by Linda Chuvala Haiku is one of the oldest written forms of poetry.  Originating in Japan, Haiku is a mood poem that does not use metaphors or similes.  The poems are written in the present tense an...