Top 10 Guest Blogs for 2014

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My Town  Tutors has a goal to be a great resource for parents and teachers. We have a blog that focuses on topics of interest for both of these groups.

One of our greatest resources for parents and teachers is our guest blogs. Our guest blogs allows us to share the wisdom, knowledge, and expertise of parents, teachers, and others individuals.

We always love sharing great resources. We decided to compile our most viewed blogs for 2014. (December 15, 2013 – December 15, 2014). We are so grateful to all the guest bloggers. We hope to continue to share great ideas in 2015.

Enjoy!

  1. 2 Great Demonstrations for Teaching Digestion by @TeachWithFergy
  2. Should You Be Using Exit Slips in the Classroom? by Paula L. Naugle (@plnaugle)
  3. Teachers: Top 10 Tips for Successful Grant Writing by Genein Letford (@GeneinLetford)
  4. Should Kids Miss School for a Disney Trip? by @CO_MtnMom
  5. Wonderopolis: A Great Resource for Teachers & Parents by @Wonderopolis
  6. Can you Child Read Too Much? by @Booksforchildrn
  7. Blog Like the Big Dogs! 7 Tips for Rookie Bloggers! by Bobbi Capwell (@BobbiC07)
  8. 75 Quick Tips for Motivating Students by Julia G.Thompson ‏(@TeacherAdvice)
  9. Bridging the Parent-Teacher Communication Gap by @principalpc
  10. Self-Reliance and Independence: Giving Our Teens the Ultimate Gift by @DebraBeck
  11. Celebrate Bubble Gum Day by Shannon Miller (@shannonmmiller)
  12. Anxiety Disorders in Children: Massachusetts Buyers Beware by Susan Elizabeth Long (@TheRestedMind)
  13. How To Engage Students? 6 Proven Ways to Engage Students by Jeromie Heath (@TeachHeath)
  14. 35 Tips for Teachers: Be Popular and Respected! by Julia Thompson (@TeacherAdvice)
  15. What Are You Going To Do This Summer? Learn with a Hobby! by Felicia Ruiz (@houndahobby)
  16. A Whistle-Stop Tour: DCD/Dyspraxia in School-Aged Children by Fiona Peters (@fiona_peters1)
  17. Middle School Teachers: Join Twitter and #MSchat by @blocht574
  18. 5 Lessons from Creating “The Freedom Trail Pop Up Book” by Denise Price (@TheFreedomTrail @denisedprice)
  19. Lets All Connect For Dot Day and Make Our Mark On The World! by Shannon Miller (@shannonmmiller)
  20. 5 Tips to Stop the ‘Summer Slide’ in K-12 Math and Reading by Bradley Drewyor (@McGrawHillK12)
  21. Private Flute Lessons: Helping Your Flute Students Stand Out by Shelby Colgan (@ShelbyColgan)
  22. 4 Time-Saving Tips for Parents and PTOs by @AllForSchools
  23. Reaching Reluctant Writers Using Wordless Books by Lisa Wroble (@lisawroble)
  24. Aspiring Teacher is “Overwhelmed” By Teachers on Twitter by Maggie Moran (@maggie_moran10)
  25. Flipping the Classroom to Break Through into Today´s Society by @MayraAixaVillar
  26. Agility – the Teaching Toolkit is Great for Teachers by Amjad Ali (@ASTSupportaali)
  27. 21st Century Literacies Initiative: Scaffolds to Literacy by Shelbie Witte (@shelbiewitte)
  28. 5 Keys to Creating a Positive Digital Footprint by Jared Fawson (@MrJFawson)
  29. Music, Movement, and Magic with Kids by Sharon Novak (@SharonNovak5)
  30. Teachers, I’m “Flipping” Math Homework by Paula L. Naugle (@plnaugle)
  31. Seven Life Lessons from Seven Children’s Books by Alia Almeida (@aliamaria9 @wbnamerica)
  32. Why Music? It Helps with Math, Reading, & Happiness by Estela Aragon (@MusicFitAcademy )
  33. The Best College Advice: Listen to Your Parents! by Giuliana Napolitano (@gnapolitttt)
  34. 5 Steps To Manage The Challenging Behavior In Children by Daniel Clark
  35. Summer is A Time For Learning, Inside the Classroom & Out by Sophia Bruun (@gladlydo)
  36. Why I Love Teaching My Kindergarten Class! by Sheela Mathews (@getsynopsis)
  37. Children Are Our Future: Create Conditions for Success! by Cathy Snelgrove (@DiscoverYou1)
  38. How Tutoring Can Save Your Retirement as a Teacher
  39. Connecting International Students & Local School Communities by Sawyer Middeleer (@Shearwaterintl)
  40. It’s Time To Show Support For World Autism Awareness Day! by Lorrie Servati
  41. “But, I Didn’t Mean to Plagiarize…” by Beth Hammett
  42. School on Wheels: Making a Difference in Massachusetts by Susan Finn
  43. A New Creative Focus: “It’s an Absolute Necessity!” by Leah Hinton (@TechSpaghetti)
  44. 37 Classroom Tips From a Teacher Turning 37 by Merve Oflaz (@oflazmerve)
  45. The 5 Worst College Application Mistakes by Anthony-James Green (@TstPrpAuthority)
  46. Why Teach Character in Schools? #charactered by Dr. Christopher (@SeekonkAP_Jones)
  47. Six Rules for Flashcard Learning Success by Don Crawford, Ph.D. (@rocketmath)
  48. Celebrate National Poetry Month with Poets.org by the Academy of American Poets
  49. End of the School Year Tips for Saving Your Child’s Art by Cody Cassidy
  50. The Benefits of Studying Abroad in College: Stephanie Santos is a full-time student at UMass Lowell and Content Manager at Boston Tutoring Services.

 

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