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  Brian Anderson joined the MHED team in 2016 after retiring from 41 years of teaching and coaching. Brian taught in a variety of classrooms, ranging from middle school to high school. His passion for teaching math makes Brian a highly requested substitute teacher in the Lawrence Public School District where he taught for 29… Read more »

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  “Minecraft,” the popular world-building game, has gotten an educational makeover. Microsoft has announced that “Minecraft: Education Edition” is now available in 50 countries and 11 different languages, exciting both teachers and students. “We have high hopes for this title to be a game-changer in classrooms around the world,” Deirdre Quarnstrom, director of “Minecraft: Education… Read more »

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Elementary: Pumpkin Life Cycle                         Fall is a great time to study pumpkins! This resource can help students describe and identify the life cycle of a pumpkin. You could also have your students write stories about: The last pumpkin in the patch from the… Read more »

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  As a former teacher having taught multiple grades levels in multiple states, Cindy understands the importance of being a great substitute. Cindy joined Morgan Hunter Education at the beginning of the 2016-2017 school year where she subs in the Leavenworth USD 453 School District. “Now that all three of my kiddos are in school,… Read more »

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  Imagine being a high school student and in walks your substitute teacher for the day and he looks very similar to someone you just saw on the movie screen the weekend before. Well, some students in Lawerence may experience just that, but it’s not a look alike, it’s the real deal. Meet Keith Loneker — actor,… Read more »

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  Even though the school year has started, your brain may still be on summer break. Starting the new school year after a few months off can be a challenging transition, whether you’re new to the profession or a tenured vet. With this in mind, it’s worth reviewing some basic expectations for substitute teachers:  … Read more »

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With the 2015-2016 school year in the books, MHED is proud to announce our Substitute Teachers of the Year! Each year, we survey secretaries, principals and teachers in each school district we work with, asking them to nominate a deserving substitute teacher. We review the nominations and a substitute teacher of the year is chosen… Read more »

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The MHED Team would like to congratulate the May Sub of the Month Peggy Brown! Peggy Brown is originally from Pennsylvania. She attended Shippensburg University straight out of high school and majored in Elementary Education and minored in Social Studies. Peggy says, “It’s hard growing up near Gettysburg, PA and not loving learning about history!”… Read more »

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For some substitute teachers, summer is a welcomed break — a chance to travel, catch up on projects around the house, lounge at the pool, or spend time with family. For others, it’s an opportunity to make some extra cash. But unless you are able to get substitute jobs for summer school, you need to… Read more »

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Honor the substitutes in your district May 2-9 Substitute teachers make an incredible impact on our children’s education. In fact, one full year of a child’s K-12 education is taught by substitute teachers, according to the Substitute Teaching Institute at Utah State University. In recognition of all they do, schools across the country will celebrate… Read more »