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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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Awakening the Genius Code Lying Dormant in Your Students

The primary purpose of teaching is to promote learning. But as educators, parents, and youth...

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Embed Compassion into Your Curriculum

In our world today, it’s critical that students become globally minded with the capacity to...

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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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8 Post-Holiday Season Survival and Revival Tactics for the Classroom

A new calendar year is an exciting time for a fresh start, but it’s also a challenging time to...

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Engaging Youth in Thoughtful Dialogue Across Distance & Difference

How could Syrian refugees transform a school in Los Angeles from 7,500 miles away?

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14 Ways to Cultivate Classroom Chemistry

It's only September and I'm already thinking June. Not because I'm counting down days or because...

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Doors Wide Open: Reflections on the First Day

In 15 years, I haven't been able to escape the dreams that start appearing on the fringes of my...

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Heavy Boots: Tragedy in the Classroom

I stood there in front of my students, completely inept in this moment as I tried to find the...

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Classroom Crisis: An Effective Post-vention Plan

Perhaps one of the primary reasons our school community in Johnston, Iowa is healing resides in...

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Advice for a New Teacher

Before the holidays we posted an email from a struggling new teacher asking for advice. I asked...

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