The Top 5 Things I Learned from a Five-Year-Old About Growth Mindset

The shiny new bicycle was forcefully shoved to the ground in disgust as Parker shouted,

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Three Alternative Approaches to Effective Testing

Popular culture often presents school assessment in the narrowest possible fashion. Based on...

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Health, Safety, and Education: A Life-Changing Model

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Winter Olympics: 5 Rings, 5 Events, 5 Engineering Challenges

"Feel the rhythm, feel the rhyme, get on up it’s…”  Olympics time!

~ Sanka Coffie, Cool Runnings

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Five Strategies to Assess Young Students’ Learning

When we think of assessment, we often think about tests. But good assessment is much more than...

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Culturally Responsive Teaching: It Begins with Responsiveness

Early last fall, I had the opportunity to sit with a team of sixth grade teachers at a middle...

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Teachers Who Stay Connected Teach Longer

As a new teacher, the demands of the career can be overwhelming at times. During my first year...

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Glowing and Growing Through Self-Assessment

Forward

by Teaching Channel's Vice President of Engagement, Paul Teske

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Does the Language You Use Limit Your Learning Environment?

I have long been skeptical of the “One Word” promises made at the turn of the new year.

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Teaching Channel's January 2018 Rewind

In case you missed any of the great ideas we explored this month on Tchers’ Voice, let’s recap...

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Tch Talks 24: Inviting Socratic Questioning Into The Classroom

What are the questions that your students carry inside of them but rarely ever discuss?

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Project Based Learning: Assessment and Other Dirty Words

Assessment. Accountability. Benchmarks. Pacing.

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7 Ways to Engage Your Students in SOTU 2018

Do you plan to use the State of the Union address this week as a text in your classroom?

Whether...

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Building on Young Children’s Mathematical Thinking

Children, even the very young, engage with the world in mathematically-rich ways. As researchers...

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Resources for Resilience and Healing after a School-Based Trauma

It was the 11th school shooting in the United States this year -- and it happened on January...

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Engaging Students in Socratic Seminars

Ready to teach like Socrates? We’ve got the videos to show you just how to do it!

In its...

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Choosing an NGSS Course Pathway: Are You Robert Frost or Yogi Berra?

How might we use the 3-D learning vision to inform the NGSS course pathways we seek?

Back in ...

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Five Strategies to Add to Your Coaching Toolbox

Whether you’re teaching or coaching, it’s easy to get into a rut. But these five videos are here...

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10 Top-Notch Strategies in 12 Minutes: Student Participation

Every teacher strives for an active classroom buzzing with engaged and eager students. However,...

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Scholar Activism: Reflections on Becoming a Scholar-Activist

Tch Laureate Geneviève Debose Akinnagbe teaches ELA at Bronx Studio School for Writers and...

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