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Making the Most of It: Teacher-Parent Life at Home

When our governor mandated school closures a couple of weeks ago, every fiber of my teacher...

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The Best Lessons Come When We Least Expect It

It’s cold. It’s raining. I’m wearing a sweater as I write this, yet it’s late May and the...

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Home Stretch: Finish the End of the School Year Strong

Sponsored content provided by Concordia University-Portland.

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School Starter Pack End-of-Year Reflection: Your Final Checklist

Congratulations! You made it to the end of the school year.

Are you excited for summer? Are you...

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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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Glowing and Growing Through Self-Assessment

Forward

by Teaching Channel's Vice President of Engagement, Paul Teske

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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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Scholar Activism: Reflections on Becoming a Scholar-Activist

Tch Laureate Geneviève Debose Akinnagbe teaches ELA at Bronx Studio School for Writers and...

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KLEWS: Supporting Claims, Evidence & Reasoning

What are the KLEWS to real learning in the classroom?

Dora:

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Become an Exhibitionist of Student Learning!

“I’m an exhibitionist of student learning”

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So You Wish It Had Been Different: Three First-Year Struggles

Every fear hides a wish. 

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Teaching Has Taught Me... Nothing

It doesn’t seem possible that my time in the classroom is over.

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Tcher's Cut: Making the Invisible Visible

I’ve long been curious about what's underneath. The back story of the author, the inspiration...

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Tch Tips: Four Ways To Practice Goal Setting With Students

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Five Ways To Close A Lesson

Most of us realize the importance of a warm-up to get our bodies and minds ready, whether we're...

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Reflect on Learning with a Portfolio Defense

There are many things that I have waited to confess to my students until the time feels right....

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Four Things I Learned This Year

As the year winds down, I'm continuing a Teaching Channel tradition and taking a moment to...

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Reflection Fest: Funniest Moment

Reflection Fest Day 2: Funniest Classroom Moment

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Teachers: Three Questions for Reflection

This is the time of year that I always start to feel a little harried, a little frayed at the...

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