Entries related to: supporting-students

October Resource Round-Up: Effective Communication with Parents and Guardians

Before parent-teacher conferences start appearing on the calendar, lay the communication foundation...

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Build a Classroom That’s Hard-Working and Happy!

As you enter Mrs. Miner’s sixth grade classroom you notice all students are on task. While they are...

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Growing During Challenges: Lessons Learned from Teaching Through Difficulties

“Change is inevitable, growth is optional.”

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Helping Students Excel in Remote Learning Environments

Millions of children are returning to in-person classrooms. In many ways, a shift back to physical...

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Teaching Channel Talks 49: Redefining Your Approach to Behavior Management

Too often, the focus on behavior is through a negative lens. Instead of working against mis...

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Teaching Channel Talks 48: A Practical Guide to Trauma-Informed Teaching

A trauma-informed approach emphasizes that a student is hurt, not bad, and that although their...

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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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How to Inspire Students to Pursue a STEAM Career

Over the next 20 years, the science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM) field is...

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6 Ideas to Support Students in a Fight, Flight, Freeze Response

You can’t tell somebody to calm down if their lid is flipped! Our ancestors, the brave cave people,...

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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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Teaching Channel Talks 41: Creating Classroom Connections

Learn from the research of the Teach Like a Champion team as Wendy Amato interviews Doug Lemov and ...

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3 Restorative Practices for Classroom Conflict

As teachers know, relationships are at the core of any learning environment. After a year of trauma...

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How Teachers Can Respond to Tough Emails from Families (with Examples!)

We love it and we hate it. Email. With the appearance of a red flag or the sound of a friendly...

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Teaching Channel Talks 40: A Focus on SEL

Join Wendy Amato and Michelle Trujillo as they discuss how social-emotional learning (SEL) can take...

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