Posted On: August 21, 2015
ATPE Is Just Different
ATPE member Dr. Kenneth Poppe explains what makes ATPE stand out from its competitors.
Posted On: August 14, 2015
Looking for New Ideas for Your Classroom?
Allison Venuto, educator, ATPE member, and personal organizer, shares her top classroom procedures for the first day of school in a new course called Classroom Procedures.
Posted On: August 12, 2015
Character and Diversity in East Texas
Regional representative Mary Jo Burgess shares what makes Regions 5, 6, 7, 8, and 12 unique.
Posted On: August 07, 2015
The Good News about Texas Public Schools
ATPE's Gary Godsey discusses what's right with Texas public schools and why we should be proud of the work our educators have done.
Posted On: August 05, 2015
This year, I’m excited to step into a new role as president of ATPE. Every new generation begins the same way—new ideas, new opportunities, and new challenges. I hope to offer a new generation of ideas, but I’m also grateful for the guidance of those who have come before me.
Posted On: August 04, 2015
Three Tips for Grading Papers Faster
Guest blogger Allison Venuto, a teacher and personal organizer, provides her top tips for grading papers more efficiently.
Posted On: July 27, 2015
Living in Texas, How Lucky Can I Be?
ATPE Regional Representative Diane Pokluda explains what makes Regions 9 and 11 special.
Posted On: July 15, 2015
Mark Your Calender for SXSWedu
The SXSWedu® Conference & Festival is happening March 7-10, 2016, in Austin! The event fosters innovation in learning by hosting a diverse and energetic community of stakeholders from a variety of backgrounds in education.
Posted On: July 14, 2015
People and Culture Make South Texas Unique
ATPE Regional Representative Roger Gutierrez shares what he loves about his part of the state, South Texas (Regions 1 and 2).
Posted On: June 29, 2015
Keepin’ It Weird and Welcoming at the Same Time
ATPE Regional Representative Heather Tuley shares what she loves about the Texas Hill Country (Regions 13 and 20).
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