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7 free tools for deeper online learning

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Spring’s shift to online learning was sudden and unexpected, and despite pockets of schools that have resumed in-person learning or moved to hybrid learning, most schools are still fully online. While many mourn the loss of ...

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Using teacher community to support STEAM education

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After the abrupt school closures in March, teachers have been on a constant back and forth outlining what online learning, in-person lessons, and hybrid approaches will look like moving forward. As the STEAM lead for 21 school dis...

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Looking for the little wins during COVID

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Everyone has a crazy COVID story. For Brigantine, NJ Superintendent Glenn Robbins, it goes something like this—lead a school district through a global pandemic having hardly met the students, parents, or faculty. In this convers...

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6 ways to create a culturally responsive classroom

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The U.S. reached an important milestone several years ago—minority students now comprise the largest demographic group in our nation’s public schools. While there is great diversity within our student population, the majority ...

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3 ways to actually promote equity in education

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In 2018, I had the opportunity to meet Minnijean Brown-Tricky, one of the Little Rock Nine. Minnijean and the eight other students who integrated Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas were encircled by an angry mob who assa...

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The challenges of remote reading instruction

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Many students in Jessica Everett’s kindergarten class don’t yet know how to hold a pencil, The 74 reports. It’s one of those foundational skills of literacy — like turning pages, following the left-to-right direction of se...

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Helping teens open up about their mental health

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Despite what kids believe, their main support system is not within their friendships. As a parent or counselor, you can allow them to believe their friends are their support providers. However, their fellow 14-year-old friends are...

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