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Understanding and harnessing the power of various language codes can create a more inclusive and effective communication environment.
Your classroom is not just a space for learning but a haven of safety and understanding. That's the magic of trauma-informed teaching.
An interview with a parent and former K-12 teacher from Oklahoma who has dyslexia for a real-life perspective.
By the end of this lesson, students will be able to identify and explain different types of chemical reactions through hands-on activities.
No judgment, no criticism – just pure acceptance. That's the essence of Unconditional Positive Regard (UPR).
In this post, we're diving into five exciting concepts to help your students apply their math skills to real-world situations.
Students will develop their inferential thinking skills. They will learn to analyze and draw conclusions from visuals, such as images, graphs, and...
Teaching Students to Tell Time Ready-to-Use FREE Resource PLUS More Fun Classroom Activities!
As AI emerges as a strong and enduring force in the world around us, the role of teachers is evolving quickly. Our role is to provide guidance to...
Students will learn about the principles of simple machines, cause and effect, and problem-solving by designing and building their own Rube Goldberg...