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5 Women Teachers Who Made History by Never Giving up

5 Women Teachers Who Made History by Never Giving up


The Principalship:  Leadership 24/7

The Principalship:  Leadership 24/7


Moving to the role of the principalship from classroom teacher is one of the biggest lifts in life of an…

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Reluctant Writers

Reluctant Writers


This guest article is by Deb Lund, THI Instructor and was originally published at www.deblund.com. This morning I saw…

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Mindsets in the Classroom In Rwanda: A Continuing Education Journey

Mindsets in the Classroom In Rwanda: A Continuing Education Journey


Guest post by Natasha Edinger Every summer I take a course or two through The Heritage Institute and am able to…

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February’s Featured Course: Writing with Kids: Real Writing with Real Results

February’s Featured Course: Writing with Kids: Real Writing with Real Results


Welcome to February! This month we are featuring: Writing with Kids: Real Writing with Real Results.  Inspire great writing from…

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January’s Featured Course: Preschool Mathematics

January’s Featured Course: Preschool Mathematics


Welcome to 2017! This year we are excited to feature a different continuing education course every month that we know…

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New Lower Tuition in 2017!

New Lower Tuition in 2017!


Teachers, your jobs are important. We believe in what you do. At The Heritage Institute, we want your continuing education to make…

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Welcome to Our New Website!

Welcome to Our New Website!


Welcome to our new website with a brand new learning environment for online courses, making your continuing education more accessible, convenient, interactive…

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How Mindset Can Transform Your Math Class

How Mindset Can Transform Your Math Class


One of the things I truly enjoy about teaching is that I also enjoy learning, and decades into my teaching…

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Strategies for When Teaching Gets Tough

Strategies for When Teaching Gets Tough


Teacher burnout. Unfortunately, this is too common in our profession. I think back over my years of teaching and think…

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