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What can be done to not only help students take feedback more seriously, but to also ensure that the feedback we provide is clear and useful in...
Integrating age-appropriate activities in your classroom can help students learn material faster and be more engaged in lessons.
Both languages and mathematics follow a set of rules and patterns. Students often see the correlation between math and grammar when presented in a...
To establish and maintain a more profound relationships that support instructional goals around student-centered learning, building a risk-free...
We need to equip ourselves to answer students' questions about the war, why it is happening, and how we can help. We should be prepared to balance ...
When you’re too far away from something for a quick and easy field trip, you can replicate the experience to fit the classroom, with student-designed...
Help your students learn manipulatives in ways that are fun and interesting to them.
Students who take art classes discover how arts manifest in their lives, discover their potential and deepen their perception of the world around...
Conducting classes at a distance caused an unintentional but unfortunate paradigm shift: a return to teacher-centered classrooms in which teachers...
What can you do if your student's parents are denying science?
Leading figures in education can provide valuable insight into effective learning. Here are five podcasts episodes to help you navigate middle school...
Elections can be an opportunity to teach about civics, the electoral process, campaign politics, historical contexts, and current political affairs.
Sensitive material, historical or not, will always be that: sensitive material. Be honest and open with your students – and allow them to be the same...
STEAM experiences involve two or more standards from Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and the Arts to be taught AND assessed in and through...