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  • Juneteenth
    celebrate juneteenth

    Celebrating Juneteenth

    - by Andrew Rozell

    I would encourage you to slow down on Juneteenth this year and imagine, as far as you are able, the emotions that would have flooded the minds and hearts of those hearing the announcement in Galveston for the first time. 

    Today, we can, and should, consider this reality of American history and allow that to inform our opportunity to join in celebration of Juneteenth National Independence Day. 

  • Get Organized
    Running from digital clutter

    Managing Digital Clutter

    - by Melissa Poliseno

    Remove the distractions and put your focus on what matters. Making a few small adjustments to how you manage digital clutter will provide stress relief and increase your productivity.

  • Earth Day
    Earth Day in the classroom

    Earth Day in the Classroom

    - by Camryn Yoder

    Every year on April 22, we celebrate Earth Day. Earth Day is the largest nonsecular holiday, celebrated by 1 billion people across 190 countries. The theme of this year’s Earth Day is “Invest in Our Planet”. What does it mean to invest in our planet, you may ask?

  • Accredited
    iteach accredited alternative teacher certification

    5 Reasons to Choose an Alt Cert Program

    - by Eddie Renz

    The iteach program is CAEP accredited, which is the highest accreditation available for college and teacher certification programs. You can trust that our training is effective. With that, our program is also setup with flexibility so that you can create your own training schedule. This combination is not available anywhere else.

  • Books for Students
    Treasure Chest

    The Alchemist

    - by Camryn Yoder

    As days get longer and temperatures get higher, the promise of summer vacation is anxiously awaited among students and teachers alike. Although, the notorious and inevitable task that accompanies summer vacation may cause a couple of groans and even a few eyerolls. You guessed it, summer reading!

  • Like a Girl

    Like a Girl

    - by Camryn Yoder

    “What does it mean to run like a girl?”, asked the interviewer. The young girl replied, “it means to run as fast as you can.”

  • Leave Your Mark
    A young boy nerd shouts at the top of his voice to his co-worker through a megaphone trying to talk some sense into him but he is not listening and is ignoring him. The young nerds are dressed in bowties and glasses. Retro styling.

    School Districts Under Pressure

    - by Kimberly Thaggard, Ph.D.

    Yet, armchair quarterbacks are everywhere, and they will continue to preach and inject their opinions, criticisms, and “better” ideas so long as social media supplies the quill and ink.

  • Autism Awareness Month
    colorful graphic about autism and Neurodiversity

    Autism and Neurodiversity

    - by Eddie Renz

    Neurodiversity is a part of our genetics and our evolution as a species,” she explained. “The genes for autism and ADHD are not errors, but rather the result of variations in the human genome…

  • iteachLOUISIANA
    Brady Adamowicz teacher in Louisiana iteach course completer stem robotics teacher

    Liberty High Vex Robotics Competition

    - by Eddie Renz

    We are always excited to see our iteach graduates in the news fulfilling their dreams. Brady Adamowicz is in the news in Louisiana for Robotics.

  • iteachNEVADA
    teacher wearing protective face mask for safety during COVID-19

    Teaching is Hard, But Never More Valuable.

    - by Kimberly Thaggard, Ph.D.

    I hearken back to the extreme challenges that my grandmother endured in the late sixties and early seventies in her own classroom. Civil unrest (she was in South Mississippi). Nuclear bomb drills.