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Resource Roundup: Leading for Concrete Change

Enough is enough.

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Focusing on Students' Health

The overall wellbeing of a child can make or break their academic success. While there are many...

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How To Use Summer to Close Student Learning Gaps

While every day may feel like Groundhog Day in home quarantine, as the weather heats up we are...

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8 Ways to Succeed as a Remote-Learner

Remote learning seems to be a popular topic these days. With half of the world being on...

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Three Ways for Educators to Practice Social Emotional Learning

With schools and businesses closed all around the world, many of us are learning to cope with...

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How to do the Feedback Loop in Distance Learning

During these times of distance learning, teaching is hard; and closing the feedback loop is...

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Engaging with Earth Day—Even If You Don't Teach Science

On April 22nd, the world will celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. The theme for Earth...

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Supporting Equity for English Learners Remotely

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are all facing challenges in our personal and...

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Making the Most of It: Teacher-Parent Life at Home

When our governor mandated school closures a couple of weeks ago, every fiber of my teacher...

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3 Practices to Teach 21st Century Skills in a Virtual Classroom

In the midst of the COVID-10 pandemic, 21st century skills are more important than ever. As we...

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Six Ways to Support Your Students During Isolation

A month ago, you might have been thinking about prepping your classroom for testing season. Now,...

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Seven Practices To Swiftly Move Learning Online

If you’re in the process of modifying your courses to an online platform right now, I have seven...

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Portable Practices for Promoting Self Care

There is an old story by Loren Eiseley about a person walking along a beach picking up starfish...

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Learning From the Past: The Power of Stories

Early in my teaching career, I had a conversation with a student that will always haunt me. I...

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Awakening the Genius Code Lying Dormant in Your Students

The primary purpose of teaching is to promote learning. But as educators, parents, and youth...

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Embed Compassion into Your Curriculum

In our world today, it’s critical that students become globally minded with the capacity to...

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Master's of None: The Fallacy of Advanced Ed Degrees

7:00 AM: leaves house.

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Alternative Learning Models Retain Children's Creativity

For most people, the word creativity has an ‘artsy’ ring to it. But the truth is that creativity...

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Developing Classroom Communities for Newcomer Immigrant Students

I recently wrote a book researching the contributions and experiences of our partner schools at ...

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Is it Possible to Detect Plagiarism?

Plagiarism is an enormous problem in higher education and it often begins when students are in...

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