Entries related to: engagement

The Power of Student Voice in First-Person Commentaries

It’s easy to have an opinion these days. But getting someone to see the world from your point of...

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Four Tips for Surviving December

It’s that most wonderful time of the year. Well, sort of.

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Become an Exhibitionist of Student Learning!

“I’m an exhibitionist of student learning”

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Educating for Democracy: A Deep Dive

The Educating for Democracy Deep Dive is a collaboration between Teaching Channel and the Civic...

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Let’s Talk Turkey! Transfer of Energy and Thanksgiving

I recently spent some time working with third graders on motion stations.

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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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Why Social Studies? It's Self-Evident!

“High school students hate history. When they list their favorite subjects, history always comes in...

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Fidgeting for Physics: Spinner Science in Six Steps

This time of year most of us are a little fidgety.

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Five Ways Teacher Leaders Use Storytelling

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Resources to Engage Your Students Through Minecraft

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Video Playlist: 5 Essential Practices in the Elementary ELL Classroom

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Five Powerful Ideas For Student Engagement

As students walk into school every fall, I focus on routines and procedures emphasizing classroom...

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Five Ways to Start Your Lessons

Attention getters, do nows, morning meetings, hugs, and high fives. These are often the ways...

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Animating The Classroom

 TEDYouth conference at the Brooklyn Museum. November, 2015. Photo by Ryan Lash for TED via Flickr

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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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Products of Personalized Learning

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Letters To The Next President: Gearing Up To Teach About The Election

Steve Masson, a high school teacher connected to the Hudson Valley Writing Project, spent the last...

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Hamilton: The Ten Dollar Founding Father is Priceless in Classrooms

Revolution, independence, the founding of our nation -- this was my favorite era to teach. I have...

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Meeting Students Where They Are

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Differentiate Direct Instruction: Accessible Content For All Students

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