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Three Questions You Should Be Asking Students to Build Teacher Credibility
Three Questions You Should Be Asking Students to Build Teacher Credibility

Whether we consider the effect size of teacher efficacy or annual state testing results, the bottom line is, if students don’t buy into our practice or the belief that they can be successful in our classroom, what else matters? Justin Stygles, teacher and author of the new book, I Hate Teaching, suggests three questions you should be asking your students to build trust and credibility with your students.

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Making Learning Visible in Early Childhood Through Play
Making Learning Visible in Early Childhood Through Play

Research shows PLAY WORKS in #EarlyChildhoodEducation—but what makes it most effective? The Visible Learning in Early Childhood authors share how you can use play to accelerate learning.

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Why Does Your School Need an SEL Coach?
Why Does Your School Need an SEL Coach?

Jennifer Rogers, author of The SEL Coach, reflects on the need for effective SEL implementation in schools, plus shares her insights into six roles that the SEL coach can play in your school.

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Creating Safe Environments for Students Recovering From Trauma
Creating Safe Environments for Students Recovering From Trauma

In this post by Edutopia, author Cathleen Beachboard shares how educators can help students who have experienced trauma.

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Bridging the Implementation Gap: From Inklings to Ideas to (Godzilla-like) Impact
Bridging the Implementation Gap: From Inklings to Ideas to (Godzilla-like) Impact

In this blog, author Arran Hamilton describes the problem of the "implementation gap" and how the 5D Methodology can be used to bridge it.

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Alternative Discipline was always SEL
Alternative Discipline was always SEL

"As students returned to in-person instruction, their behavioral needs have intensified; the impact of trauma from the pandemic on students and teachers, as well as the increase in educator burnout, has resulted in some schools reverting back to traditional, exclusionary practices..."

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Three Reasons Activators are Crucial for Your PLC Success
Three Reasons Activators are Crucial for Your PLC Success

The PLC+ Activator's Guide co-author Dave Nagel shares the importance of the role of activators that can support and ensure the “L” in PLC really does occur for both students and teachers.

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How Do We Find the Right Level of Challenge for Our Learners?
How Do We Find the Right Level of Challenge for Our Learners?

How Learning Works co-authors John Almarode, Douglas Fisher, and Nancy Frey discuss productive struggle, which occurs when the complexity and difficulty of the task or experience is challenging enough so that the learner must devote significant cognitive resources to make progress in that task or experience, but is provided the necessary supports and scaffolds to prevent frustration or discouragement. 

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Ways to Enhance Remembering: The Role of Retrieval Practice in Learning
Ways to Enhance Remembering: The Role of Retrieval Practice in Learning

How Learning Works co-authors John Almarode, Douglas Fisher, and Nancy Frey break down retreival practice--the act of “going and getting” declarative, procedural, and conditional knowledge from long-term memory. 

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Six Ingredients that Motivate Our Learners to Engage
Six Ingredients that Motivate Our Learners to Engage

How Learning Works co-authors John Almarode, Douglas Fisher, and Nancy Frey discuss six Visible Learning big ideas that provide a starting point in motivating students to engage in the learning experiences and tasks in classrooms.   

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Five Strategies for Implementing Accelerated Learning
Five Strategies for Implementing Accelerated Learning

Rebound co-authors Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey share why they don't accept the learning-loss narrative and five ideas to accelerate learning instead. 

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