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Identifying them, takes teachers counselors and other staff who are aware that there may be students who function at a high level and need support or...
What accommodations will you make for students identified as gifted and have an EP (educational plan)?
Educators are increasingly embracing the notion that children are not wired the same, but this difference, or ‘neurodiversity’ is not necessarily bad...
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...
Listening to reading helps students develop fluency, expression, and comprehension skills. Creating a Listening Center in your classroom can help...
Here are a few ideas to get you started on your own DIY summer professional development.
As the end-of-school bell rings, middle schoolers immediately reach into sweatshirt pockets and colorful backpacks to reunite with their smartphones.
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...
Years ago, a mentor gave a very useful suggestion. He told me to visualize what my ideal classroom would look like.
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