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Kayla Hammons

Kayla Hammons
Kayla is a freelance writer from Atlanta, Georgia and when not writing enjoys a successful career as a bear fighter. Educated in the school of hard knocks, she is a former GED teacher passionate about adult education. When not creating catchy content, she is a surrogate mother to three dogs and a cat and is working on her first book. Check back weekly for new content.

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2017!

Kayla Hammons Kayla Hammons January 16, 2017

Today, we take time to honor the memory of one of the most respected civil rights activists of all time, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. It’s hard to think about the civil rights movement and not bring up Martin Luther King Jr. in the topic of discussion because he was a major influence and healer to our nation. We want to review the history of this great man, so that we can see how far we have come and just how much further we must travel.

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Improve Classroom Focus After the Holiday Break

Kayla Hammons Kayla Hammons January 13, 2017

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Flipped Classroom Strategies for Success

Kayla Hammons Kayla Hammons January 11, 2017

Many teachers are rallying behind flipped classroom strategies like this is the most exciting method of the century, but how do we implement these changes successfully? We all want what is best for our students, and most teachers are willing to try anything to increase participation and retention. Through research, over various education levels, it has been found that there must be a mass overhaul of the way that we teach our classes. We have been struggling to introduce a new approach effectively, and flipped classroom strategies are a way to pull your classroom out of the dark ages and step into the light. Did you know that your students struggle to pay attention after the first 10 minutes of your lesson? Now, that we know these minds are having trouble concentrating, it’s up to us to implement a solution to this problem.

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9 Digital Citizenship Facts

Kayla Hammons Kayla Hammons December 19, 2016

Digital citizenship is important for those that participate in online activity, because it sets the standard of how you should act online. There have been many cases of cyberbullying, and a good way to minimize conflict on the internet is to be a good digital citizen. Just because internet activities take place behind a computer doesn’t mean that there aren’t guidelines to follow. Below we will share with you 9 digital citizenship facts that will help guide you on your path to becoming the best digital citizen possible.  

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Top 10 Teacher Holiday Memes

Kayla Hammons Kayla Hammons December 16, 2016

Holidays can be stressful, it is approaching the end of the year and you feel like you don’t even have time to sit down. Thankfully, we have selected the top ten Teacher Holiday Memes that will make you laugh. We all love to add a little bit of joy to our lives, and we hope this laughter brings some holiday spirit to yours!

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