What You Say Matters.

Ever get that unsettling feeling after you have said something that didn’t sit right with your...

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5 Engaging Activities for Virtual Classrooms

In Drive, Daniel Pink outlines that true motivation comes from having opportunities for autonomy,...

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Strategies for Prioritizing Self-Care This Year

It was 1 am on a school night, and I was still grading student essays. I’d skipped doing any...

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World Language Programs Are Essential

Given that budget cutting is contentious in less challenging times, deciding what to cut at this...

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Distance Teaching Project-Based Curriculum

Teachers have shown remarkable flexibility, ingenuity, and resilience striving to reach their...

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Moving from Crisis to Connections with Kids

This piece was originally published by FutureEd.

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No Judgment. It’s Safe to Be Wrong.

This article was originally published on the Teaching Like a Champion blog on May 26, 2020. It has...

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Reflecting on and Being Grateful for What We Can Control

In challenging times, it can be easy to dwell on the negatives — especially as an educator trying...

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15 Ideas for Building Community in Your Virtual Classroom

Please note: This blog was originally published on Learners Edge’s blog (link to blog) on August...

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Learning Across Lines of Difference

“Reweaving A Peaceful, Equitable, Just World Starts In Our Classrooms”

Civics education matters now...

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Using Chat Techniques

“The Chat” is one of the key tools available to educators teaching online, and one of the best...

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3 Secrets from a Stylist to Present Your Best Self Online

Teaching online comes with lots of opportunities and challenges, most of which you’ve probably...

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How Can Teachers and Students Discuss the 2020 Election?

Whether you’re ready to admit it or not, this election is going to affect your classroom. You may...

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Three Lessons Learned About Distance Learning

Teachers are heroes. Who could have imagined a year ago that educators would be called upon to...

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Simultaneous Learning: Blending Physical and Remote Learning

NOTE: This blog was originally published on Corwin Connect on September 21st, 2020.

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Am I the Only One Struggling With Online Instruction?

By now, we all should have made the shift from crisis teaching to intentional distance learning or...

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Ten Teaching Tweaks for New Teachers

Note: This blog was originally published on January 22, 2015. It has been updated with new links.

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3 Meaningful SEL Check-Ins for Students and Ourselves

As we move through back-to-school mode, it’s mission critical that we remember to check in with our...

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Let’s Use Distance Learning to Rethink the Way We Teach

While the pandemic has drastically changed our social lives, it also greatly shifted the way our...

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Remote Teaching Tips for Students With Disabilities

Unfortunately, the sudden nationwide transition to online learning last spring yielded less than...

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