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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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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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I Want to Get Better at… Differentiation

Differentiation is one of those things that never seems like it can be 100% mastered. Once you...

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I Am Going To The Getty Villa! An Ability Guidebook

Editor's Note: We've asked Special Education teacher Brett Bigham to look at videos in Tch's...

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Setting the Tone for All Learners with Visual Cues

Inclusion practices have moved many students from special education rooms into mainstream...

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First Grade Findings: Adapting Lessons to Support Students

Every teacher knows that "within the overall patterns of development, each child's trajectory is...

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Three Strategies to Support Gifted Students

Teaching gifted students has been an amazing adventure. When I first began my quest as a teacher...

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Harlem Renaissance: Collaborating to Plan & Teach Gifted ELA Lessons

We filmed Sherwanda Chism and Debora Gaten over a year ago, and I've been talking about their...

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Skinnying the Standards

I've been working with the Common Core Standards for several years now, and have noticed a trend...

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Paideia Seminars: How to Build Student Collaboration Skills

Due to the integrated nature of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), we have an opportunity...

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