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How Will You Celebrate American Education Week?

American Education Week (November 13-17), first celebrated in 1921, is an opportunity 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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Getting Started with Number Talks

Are you using number talks in your classroom? If not, it might be time to start! Number talks...

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Four Ways to Communicate with Families

Depending on when your school year started, you’ve probably made it through the initial sprint...

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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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NGSS: From Theory to Practice

In my role as a facilitator of professional learning for science teachers, I’m often asked “What...

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Planning Engaging Lessons

At the beginning of the school year, we spend a lot of time and energy building class culture....

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Are You Prepared to Talk About Race?

“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”

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Resources to Help You Celebrate Women's History Every Day

In classrooms throughout the country, the stories of extraordinary women -- from Abigail Adams...

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Helping Students Make Meaning In Math Class

In math class, we often see students pull numbers out of math problems and operate on them...

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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...

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Designing Earth-Friendly Solutions To The Plastics Problem

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Three Ways To Connect With The Making Community

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Resources For After The Autism Circuit

One of our goals for the Autism Circuit Professional Development program is to provide free,...

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Four Tips For A Successful Learning Lab

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Black History Yesterday, Today, And Tomorrow

As many of you know, February is Black History Month in the United States, which can be a time...

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Looking For Math Resources? Kristin Gray Has A Pinterest Board For You

At any given time, my computer has at least ten open tabs in my Google Chrome web browser. Not...

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A Roundup Of Teaching Channel Science Resources

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New Science and Innovation Curriculum Series Launches

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Literacy in the Digital Age: 9 Great Speaking and Listening Tools

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