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5 Ways to Assess Social Emotional Learning

    Social emotional learning (SEL) has been a growing conversation in the education sphere. In response to a shift away from “content is king,” SEL brings a more holistic view of learning, counting student behavior and interaction with others as … Continue reading


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5 Ways to Spend Your Winter Break

You walk in the door, drop the bag of grading you brought home, and set down your laptop on the table.  2 weeks to yourself. You’ve thought about this precious time for the past few months, and especially during the … Continue reading


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30 Reasons to Be Thankful You’re a Teacher

The blaring alarm at 6 AM, the papercuts from trying to quickly grade tests, struggling to find a balance between caring-too-much for your students and not-caring-enough about your own need for sleep. Teaching comes with a lot of baggage, and … Continue reading


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Your PBL Checklist

Project Based Learning (PBL) has been touted as one (of many) cure-alls for education. It’s an elixir of academically challenging work mixed in with some social-emotional skill development, and a dash of innovation. Projects range in complexity and creativity, from … Continue reading


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Design Thinking: Ideas for the Classroom

We have a special treat this week on the blog! Our friend Stephanie over at the USC Rossier School of Education shares her tips and ideas for how to incorporate the concept of design thinking into your classroom. There’s some … Continue reading


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TED Talks: Three Talks to Get You and Your Students Asking #WhyNotUs

Sort of like road trip-happy parents of classic family-vacation lore, we spend the summer taking young people across the country on long road trips. Fortunately for us, our Roadtrippers are eager to jump on board the Green RV and don’t … Continue reading


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Teaching Tip: How to Prepare Your Students for Finals

I don’t know who hates finals more, students or teachers. Throughout all my educational schooling and professional development, I was never taught how to write a final, much less how to prepare students for one. I assumed that because I … Continue reading


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Roadtrip Nation Education in the Classroom: Riverside

At Roadtrip Nation Education, we’re all about celebrating our educators and sharing success stories. We love hearing what’s going on in the classroom, so we recently made a visit to the Gateway College & Career Academy in Riverside, CA. We … Continue reading


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It’s Teacher Appreciation Week!

Hello! I hope everyone’s Wednesday is going well so far. We here at Roadtrip Nation Education are all about celebrating small wins and amazing people, and not waiting for a special occasion to tell someone they’re doing a great job … Continue reading


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Teaching Tip: Roster Tab!

Hi, Educators! You gave us feedback and we listened! We are SO excited to announce that YOU, as an educator, can now reset your students’ passwords, look up their user names, and remove students from your class!  


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