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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...

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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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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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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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Building a Strong Learning Community for Newcomer ELLs

We know that students benefit from strong social-emotional support, and a big part of that is...

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Responsive Classroom: Empathy Is The Key

I learned a new word: kuleana. It's a Hawaiian word that means one's personal sense...

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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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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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Teaching With Grace, Learning With Dignity

We've all been there -- a momentary, frustrated reaction to a student that's more curt, less...

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Back-To-School Backpack: Building Class Culture

Here at Teaching Channel, we've been busy building our Back-to-School Backpack just for you....

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Four Tools to Improve Communication Between Home and School

How do we improve? We ask questions. We read. We do what we can to learn more, and make changes...

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Sustaining Strong Classroom Culture Throughout the Year

For too many years, I used to think my classes would either have good chemistry, or they...

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I Am Thankful For...

"There are things known and unknown and in between are the doors."-- Jim Morrison

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Sweet Ideas for Halloween-Inspired Learning

Want to hear something frightening? Halloween is approaching. A day filled with candy, costumes,...

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Case Study of a Teacher: Collaborative Learning Environment (Part 2)

Last week we got a glimpse into the collaborative, analysis-rich classroom that David Olio has...

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9 Reminders and Tips for Back-to-School Night

Many of you will be hosting Back-to-School Night over the next few weeks. This is a great...

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Video Playlist: 6 Ways to Build Relationships with Students

In these videos, you'll find tips to help build authentic relationships with your students and...

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Your Body Language Speaks Volumes: 6 Tips for Teachers

Start off your school year on the right foot! Here are 6 body language tips to help with...

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Back-to-School Countdown: How to Build Classroom Culture

A few years ago, I decided to stop thinking about going back to school and instead "go forward" ...

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What Tough Students Teach Us

He was tall, slouched over, and donned a stocking cap the first day he walked into class. He was...

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