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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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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Add It Up – A Hip-Hop Salute to Math

The Hip Hop HeadUcatorz have teamed up with Manitoba teacher and emcee Mr. Will Penner to talk about the importance of having a solid foundation in math in our daily lives. Check out the lyric video to “Add it Up.” We…

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Music of Science (Wu-Tang Education)

ODB of the Wu-Tang Clan once said that “Wu-Tang is for the children.” It’s one of the reasons that educators should try their best to incorporate hip-hop pedagogy into their practice. You don’t have to be part of hip-hop culture…

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Tap Into Your Students’ Passions and Build New Approaches

Dr Courtney Rose shared this on her Instagram “It never hurts to revisit your passions. They not only give our lives meaning & purpose, but can heavily influence our practice, daily interactions and perceptions of others. Also, if you don’t know…

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Help Your Kids Learn from Home – An Interview with Demetra Turnbull

I had a conversation with Demetra TurnBull of Chalkboard Publishing that will be airing on my radio show Thursday. Demetra has fifteen years experience in primary classrooms and owns a publishing business that creates educational materials for parents and teachers….

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The Magic of Creativity

Sometimes when I am writing or creating, it feels like I am merely the channel that helps the work express itself. There has always been a magic to creativity. In her book, Big Magic, Elizabeth Gilbert explain it like this…

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