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3 Strategies to Build Resilience and Counteract the Anxiety Epidemic in Students
3 Strategies to Build Resilience and Counteract the Anxiety Epidemic in Students

This blog post by Bill Adair, based on the same topic of his book The Emotionally Connected Classroom, discusses the growing anxiety epidemic amongst teenagers caused by negative emotions that education must address.

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E.N.G.A.G.E.: Six Tips for Ramping-Up Your Read Aloud Experiences
E.N.G.A.G.E.: Six Tips for Ramping-Up Your Read Aloud Experiences

Maria Walther, author of The Ramped-up Read Aloud, lists her six tips for ramping-up your read aloud experiences to inspire our students and keep them engaged and interested in reading. 

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3 Ways to Re-imagine Small-Group Reading Experiences
3 Ways to Re-imagine Small-Group Reading Experiences

In her blog on Corwin Connect, Julie Wright, author of What Are You Grouping For?, provides the answer to how we move toward more individualized learning opportunities within our time constraints: small-group reading experiences. 

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3 Ready-To-Go Ways to Infuse Word Study into the Content Areas
3 Ready-To-Go Ways to Infuse Word Study into the Content Areas

Read this blog post from Pamela Koutrakos, author of Word Study that Sticks, to learn three ready-to-go ways to infuse word study into the content areas.

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How to Focus Your Teaching on What Matters Most
How to Focus Your Teaching on What Matters Most

What if the key to increasing the long-term impact of our classrooms and schools was doing fewer things much better? Read the full blog from Dave Stuart Jr., author of These 6 Things, to learn more about how to focus your teaching on what actually matters.

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The Lead Learner: Improving Clarity, Coherence, and Capacity for All
The Lead Learner: Improving Clarity, Coherence, and Capacity for All

Listen in on this Principal Center Radio podcast on The Lead Learner with author Michael McDowell. 

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Clarifying Transfer: The Ultimate Goal of Learning
Clarifying Transfer: The Ultimate Goal of Learning

"They want kids to see the world differently, and to be empowered to act differently, because of what they have learned. It seems that the goal of all learning—not just conceptual understanding—is transfer." Read more from Julie Stern, author of Tools for Teaching Conceptual Understanding, Elementary, on Corwin Connect.

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3 Ways to Increase High School Students’ Engagement in Math
3 Ways to Increase High School Students’ Engagement in Math

"Has this ever happened to you?

'My lecture went perfectly! I worked the sample problems. I could tell the students really understood the material.' 

The next day: 'I don’t know what went wrong! I thought all my students understood what I went over yesterday...' "

Read more from Frederick Dillon, author of Your Mathematics Standards Companion, High School, and The Common Core Mathematics Companion: The Standards Decoded, High School, on Corwin Connect.

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A Call to Action: Elevating Your Commitment to Change
A Call to Action: Elevating Your Commitment to Change

"When professional learning mirrors the student experiences we hope to create, teachers inherently have a deeper understanding of the feelings and effects on the learning that the experience creates." Read more from Professional Learning Redefined authors Isabel Sawyer and Marisa Stukey on Corwin Connect.

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Teaching Black Boys: 3 Principles for White Educators
Teaching Black Boys: 3 Principles for White Educators

"When we speak of Black boys as a group defined by the fact that they share 'categories' (they are Black and they are boys) we necessarily have to speak of the challenges that they face as a result of the way U.S. society renders those categories..."

Read more from Eddie Moore Jr., author of The Guide for White Women Who Teach Black Boys, on Corwin Connect.

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“No Secrets” Teaching That Supports Student Agency
“No Secrets” Teaching That Supports Student Agency

"Our underperforming, low-confidence students need teachers who understand how they learn and who communicate that they care. The instructional strategies listed below are productive for all students, but they are essential for underperforming, low-confidence students."

Read more from Jon Saphier, author of High Expectations Teaching, on Corwin Connect.

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How to Inspire All Students to Believe in Themselves
How to Inspire All Students to Believe in Themselves

"How do we help students to believe in themselves—to believe they can master complex content and that effort determines their academic success? If they are behind academically, it’s not because there is something wrong with their brains or their 'ability' is deficient."

Read more from Jon Saphier, author of High Expectations Teaching, on Corwin Connect.

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