Teachers on Fire Magazine

The Teachers on Fire Magazine features articles written by agents of growth and transformative change in K-12 education today. If you like to write about education, reach out to @TeachersOnFire to become a writer for this publication. Writers keep full ownership of content.

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Teachers On Fire

Discussing agents of growth and transformative ideas in K-12 education today. Posts are written by Tim Cavey/@MisterCavey. #GrowthMindset #4Cs #IBL #PBL

Tim Cavey

Host of the @TeachersonFire podcast. Big believer in #GrowthMindset, #thePowerofYet. #EdTech should promote the #4Cs. Love @GoogleForEdu. #MEdL in progress.

Latest Posts

We Write for Life

The more reflective you are, the more effective you are. — Pete Hall and Alisa Simeral

Bringing Tough Topics into the Classroom

People sometimes ask me how I approach certain topics with my 6th grade students. I spend quite a lot of my time thinking about and…

Meaningful Vocabulary Instruction

The past few weeks I’ve been doing some reflection on vocabulary instruction. Our language arts curriculum is up for review this year, and…

C is for Crayons

I remember one Christmas getting the SUPER large box of Crayola Crayons. One hundred undulating colours of possibility. I was absolutely…

Professional Paradox: The Agony and Ecstasy of Reporting Period

Report cards form a sacred ritual that speaks to our core mission.

On Teacher Culture

Culture is an important component to any well-functioning classroom. Because of this, we’re often discussing methods to create a more…

Read any Book, Share any Book

How an unorthodox book club brought staff together into life long learning

B is for Brainy, Bold & Beautiful

When I was young I loved watching the TV show The Bionic Woman. I particularly loved how Lindsay Wagner was portrayed. She was smart, she…

The Case for Teachers on Twitter

Educators are learners first.

A is for Access: The A, B, Cs (and X, Y, Zs) of the Class of 2030.

There are many considerations to think about when we contemplate the changes that will occur in the next decade and what our students will…

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