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December Resource Round-Up: Our Favorite Resources of 2022

As 2022 winds down, we're rounding up some of our favorite resources of the year. From literary...

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4 Tips for Creating a Classroom Community

For many students, not just those who live in poverty or suffer from trauma, school is a place of...

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Nonverbal Communication In Your Classroom

One of my most powerful teaching and learning memories is from a two-day workshop I attended on...

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Sticky Learning and The Great Gate of Kyiv

My parents, both teachers, knew the value of learning, and signed me and my siblings for every...

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Using Success Criteria to Spark Motivation in Your Students

Think about a time when you were learning something. Did you know where you were going in the...

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10 Ways to Manage Difficult Families

Middle School Math Teacher, Kelly Ann Ydrovo recently completed Learners Edge continuing education ...

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How Can You Support New Teachers? Plus 10 More Questions

We received so many great questions for our Advice for New Teachers webinar that we didn't have...

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Teaching Channel Talks 46: Building Teacher-Family Relationships

Families are a key part of the instructional team, especially after more than a year of remote...

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Teaching Channel Talks 45: Unfinished Learning to Soaring Achievement

Unfinished learning is usually a result of disruption in learning, causing students – particularly...

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Teaching Channel Talks 44: Teach Like a Champion 3.0

The wait is almost over! Teach Like a Champion 3.0, the long-awaited update to Doug Lemov’s guide...

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Ask the Experts: 10 New Teacher Tips

This may be stating the obvious, but being a new teacher isn't easy. Many new educators feel...

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Teaching Channel Talks 42: The Gamification of Reading with Kwamara Thompson

What if you could engage reluctant readers by asking them to play a video game? On this episode of...

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Knowing Your Students and Yourself

I used to believe that I was the most important element in the classroom. As an ambitious and naive...

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How to Talk About What's in the News: A Lesson Plan

After a year of challenge, there is hope on the horizon. The vaccine is reaching communities in...

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Bringing Joy to Grammar and Editing Lessons!

“I’m not looking forward to the BORING grammar lesson today,” moaned my intern teacher, Gina, “but...

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Teaching Channel Talks 38: The Magic of Singing

Music is one of the most powerful tools for helping students memorize important lessons. Listen in...

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The ABCs of Self-Regulation for Learning

In today’s digital reality, our students are more distracted than any other time in human history...

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Five Ways to Reach Your Students With Poetry

April is National Poetry Month, and unfortunately, poetry has a bit of an optics problem.

It’s...

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Using Improv as Social Emotional Learning

Over 10 years ago I first explored the educational benefits of using improvisation in the...

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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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