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One Size Does Not Fit All: Why Moving Grade Levels Can Be Great

As educators, we often come into the field with the perfect grade level in mind. I thought it...

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Technology Integration to Support Language Development

One of the most challenging aspects for educators of English language learners (ELLs) is...

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4 Tips for Planning Better Lessons with Purpose

Think back to your undergrad work. If you're like me, you probably can still remember the first...

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Five Worthwhile Risks for New Teachers

The concept seems contradictory, right? You’ve been trained to keep your head down, do your...

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Flipping the “I Do, We Do, You Do” Strategy

Since my very first day of teaching, I’ve always preferred to focus on the hope of what students...

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Developing a Personalized Professional Learning Plan

“To turn off your iPad, you press the button on the side. Let’s practice turning it off and on,...

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Kicking off Teacher Appreciation Week with the Gift of Time

Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!

We’re kicking off our week of Tchers’ favorite things by...

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Getting Started with PBL: Do ONE Thing Really Well

Success demands singleness of purpose.

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Combating the Chaos: 3 Cs for a Well-Managed Classroom

Classroom management provides for us perhaps the greatest of juxtapositions between frustration...

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The Adolescent Brain: A Big Gulp Of Executive Function

I wrote the book Attack of the Teenage Brain! Understanding and Supporting the Weird and...

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Is Peer Teaching on Your Classroom Menu?

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Five Assessment Myths and Misunderstandings

Walking around the classroom, clipboard in hand, I moved as quickly as possible, diligently...

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The Top 5 Things I Learned from a Five-Year-Old About Growth Mindset

The shiny new bicycle was forcefully shoved to the ground in disgust as Parker shouted,

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Teachers Who Stay Connected Teach Longer

As a new teacher, the demands of the career can be overwhelming at times. During my first year...

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Does the Language You Use Limit Your Learning Environment?

I have long been skeptical of the “One Word” promises made at the turn of the new year.

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Tch Talks 24: Inviting Socratic Questioning Into The Classroom

What are the questions that your students carry inside of them but rarely ever discuss?

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Five Strategies to Add to Your Coaching Toolbox

Whether you’re teaching or coaching, it’s easy to get into a rut. But these five videos are here...

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Getting Better Together: Collaborating Around Instructional Priorities

It's nearly impossible to put into words what educators feel when the bell rings on the final...

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Mid-Year Check-in: Assessing Your Year So Far

Congratulations: You made it to January!

For many experienced educators, January can feel like...

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Building the System: Organizing Your Resources and Materials

My internet browser always has extra tabs open. As I'm writing this blog post, I'm composing in...

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