Posted On: October 07, 2016
Discussing Politics in Class
As our political system grows ever more divisive, it has become increasingly important to encourage civic mindedness and thoughtful reflection in our students. US government teacher Kim Grosenbacher shares her tips for keeping classroom political conversations civil and improving students’ critical thinking skills.
Posted On: October 06, 2016
Spread the Word about ATPE and You Could Win $1,000
You could win $1,000 for recruiting the most new members!
Posted On: October 04, 2016
Why I Became an Educator
ATPE member Cierra Griffin reflects on her path to teaching.
Posted On: September 29, 2016
ATPE Staff Spotlight
ATPE is proud to bring you this series of posts from our staff members. Today’s post features our receptionist, Mary Rivera.
Posted On: September 27, 2016
Engaging Student Voters
An election year is a great time to teach students about the political process! US government teacher Kim Grosenbacher shares five tips for engaging students during an election season and encouraging them to vote.
Posted On: September 21, 2016
Texas Educator Discounts
Texas educators work hard and deserve a good deal! We did some research to find out what stores in Texas offer educator discounts, and our collected list is below. Happy shopping!
Posted On: September 20, 2016
What's on Your Wishlist for This School Year?
Find out how ATPE can help you get $500 for your classroom!
Posted On: September 15, 2016
Formula for Exponential Fun
ATPE member Allison Venuto shares her tips for helping students work together.
Posted On: September 13, 2016
Managing Stress during the School Year
School has only been back in session for a few weeks, but educators are already feeling the heat. Here are eight quick tips for managing your stress during the school year.
Posted On: September 08, 2016
Read the Newest Edition of ATPE News
The Fall 2016 edition of our award-winning ATPE News is now available online
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