Entries related to: class-culture

Growth Mindset: Rephrasing Praise

Having a growth mindset is multifaceted. In part, it's about persistence --  adapting and trying...

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Do the Write Thing: Working to Stop Violence Through Writing

Editor's Note: Hear more about this program from Executive Director Basma Rayess in our...

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TRUST. Give it to Get it

As part of Teaching Channel's #TchWellness series, I'm connecting with a series of authors who...

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Five Ways To Close A Lesson

Most of us realize the importance of a warm-up to get our bodies and minds ready, whether we're...

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Culturally Responsive Teaching & The Brain

This school year, I have the privilege of working shoulder to shoulder with teachers who are...

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Growth Through Feedback

One of my favorite parts of being an educator is learning. It may sound strange, but I love...

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What Do You Believe About Teaching And Learning?

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Should All Teachers Have Their Own Classroom?

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Introducing The Formative Assessment Deep Dive: Take It And Try It!

Finding teaching resources online can often feel like a scavenger hunt. Even when searching one...

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Reimagine Your Learning Space: Starbucks Your Classroom!

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Rich Talk = Rich Learning

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If A Teacher Were To Build An App . . .

There's an urban legend in education that says new teachers will begin their careers as...

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Design Thinking, Empathy, and Equity - Part 2

Author's note: This is a continuation of my post Design Thinking, Empathy, and Equity, that was...

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6 Things You Can Do Right Now To Promote Unity In Your Classroom

Over the course of the last week, I watched in horror as the imaginary world I live in, or lived...

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A Climate for Great Practice: Collaborating for Student Success

The climate, or culture, of a school is one of the most important factors in its success. In...

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Supporting Great Teaching: A Tangible Vision of Excellence

My first example of love was from my parents, which is probably true for most people. Their care...

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Tips to Enrich School-Family Partnerships

 Super reader teaches her mom how she uses pointer power when she reads

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Revisiting Growth Mindset

I've always felt proud to say that I am a teacher. Teachers are some of the kindest, most...

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Design Thinking, Empathy, And Equity

I honor and admire Design Thinking for many reasons -- its ingenuity, how engaging and rigorous...

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Unstoppable Learning: Making Room For Students' Passions

I came back from my morning run completely energized. I took my headphones off and continued to...

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