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Our students need to be prepared for the many ways their online world can be exploited and how quickly clickbait can lead to a very real misinformed populace.
Restorative practices are here and likely to become even more common. .
With the explosion of the video game Fortnite, a high-intensity sniper video game, parents are finding it harder than ever to "get the kids off the...
The importance of teaching social and emotional learning is now clear.
As the new school year moves into gear, one familiar mantra should be self-evident, but is easily put aside: you must build relationships with your...
Educators are increasingly embracing the notion that children are not wired the same, but this difference, or ‘neurodiversity’ is not necessarily...
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Oyez, Oyez.. The Supreme Court hears a number of cases each year in which questions to the Constitution are raised.
There's so much research and information swirling around about different learning designs and the benefits/disadvantages attached that it can get...
Looking for an inexpensive, powerful way to remind your staff of why they embarked on a career in education? Try "I Stand For...," an activity that...
Do your school photos make you cringe? Professional photographer Linda Russell shares tips for creating embarrassment-free school portraits.
Autumn is here, and there's no better way to bring the new season than cooking and baking with students. From spooky Halloween treats to Thanksgiving...
Make 'stained-glass' fall leaves to decorate classroom windows.
The Great Chicago Fire: Did Mrs. O’Leary’s Cow Really Cause It?
Use Every-Day Edits to build language skills, test scores, and cultural literacy with students in grades 4 and above.
Every-Day Edits: Using skills every day is a surefire way to boost test scores. That's why Education World offers this quick and timely printable...