Chase March Teaches

As an educator who loves to share tips for teachers both inside and outside the classroom, you can follow this page to find all my education-related posts. You will find tips, tricks, lesson plans, inspiration, and more.

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A Homeschooling Handbook

The Homeschooling Handbook how to make homeschooling simple, affordable, fun, and effective by Lorilee Lippincott I have decided that I will be homeschooling my son. As an educator with 18 years of experience in the classroom, I think I have…

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The Surprisingly Simple Skill of Listening

I Hear You: The Surprisingly Simple Skill Behind Extraordinary Relationships by Michael S. Sorensen Do you ever read a book that just drags on and on. This one doesn’t do that. “As you’ve no doubt noticed, this book is pretty…

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A Conversation with Dr. Grove About Public Schools

I had the chance to sit down with Dr. Cornelius Grove to discuss new new book, A Mirror For Americans: What the East Asian Experience Tells Us about Teaching Students Who Excel. We need a major overhaul to the education…

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Can a Poem Save Your Life?

Write a Poem, Save Your Life: A Guide for Teens, Teachers, and Writers of All Ages by Meredith Heller “The first line is a gift, whispered in my ear; I don’t know where it comes from, but I know it’s…

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Behave and the Kids Will Too

How to Behave so Your Preschooler Will, Too! By Sal Severe, Ph.D. Being a stay-at-home dad is one of the most rewarding jobs I’ve ever had the fortune of doing. I’m learning from my toddler every single day and I…

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Always Have A Curious Mind

A Curious Mind: The Secret to a Bigger Life by Brian Grazer I really enjoyed this book and the stories the author told about how staying curious enriched his life and set him on the career path he was meant…

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Using the Super Mario Effect to Be a Better Teacher

One of the best teachers I’ve ever had didn’t teach in a school. He was my Scout Leader and he did something absolutely incredible. He provided us with amazing activities that we actually wanted to do and had fun accomplishing….

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Mr. D thinks Teaching is Hard

Teaching: It’s Harder Than It Looks by Gerry Dee Some people know Mr. D from his hit television show of the same name. In it, he plays a teacher who tries his best to do as little work as possible….

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Free Children from Acting Upon Labels

Labels can be dangerous. Once a child has a label placed upon them, they often live up, or down, to, that expectation. As such, they play a role that can limit their growth and development. Fortunately, there are things we…

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