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5 Ways Educators Can Partner With Families to Teach Math
5 Ways Educators Can Partner With Families to Teach Math

Read key tips and strategies from Dr. Kreisberg to support families and students, strengthen math skills, and build confidence.

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Want Students to ‘Build a Better World?’ Try Culturally Responsive Social-Emotional Learning
Want Students to ‘Build a Better World?’ Try Culturally Responsive Social-Emotional Learning

What are the best ways you are incorporating social-emotional learning in your classroom and what are you doing to ensure that it is culturally responsive? Discover the answer in this article featuring Bill Adair, author of The Emotionally Connected Classroom.

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Using a Portfolio to Document Remote Teaching Experience
Using a Portfolio to Document Remote Teaching Experience

"Teachers are learning a lot this year, and keeping a portfolio will help when it’s time to reflect on that learning." Read the full article by Monica Burns, author of #FormativeTech, on Edutopia.

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Using the Workshop Model to Foster Independence
Using the Workshop Model to Foster Independence

"The popular lesson framework can help keep remote teaching manageable while encouraging students to develop self-reliance." Read the full article by Paul Emerich France, author of Humanizing Distance Learning, on Edutopia. 

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Building Better Relationships With Parents at the Classroom, School, and District Level
Building Better Relationships With Parents at the Classroom, School, and District Level

"The need to partner with caregivers is even more important now with so many students learning at home." Read the full article by Heather Wolpert-Gawron, author of Just Ask Us, on Edutopia.

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7 Ways to Infuse Your Curriculum With Hope
7 Ways to Infuse Your Curriculum With Hope

"Young people dealing with the effects of the pandemic can be encouraged through lessons that inspire resilience." Read the full article by Heather Wolpert-Gawron, author of Just Ask Us, on Edutopia.

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3 Keys to Making Project-Based Learning Work During Distance Learning
3 Keys to Making Project-Based Learning Work During Distance Learning

"This challenging time provides an opportunity for students to work on real-world problems they see every day." Read the full article by Michael McDowell, author of Developing Expert Learners, on Edutopia.

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5 Ways to Help Students Transfer Their Learning to New Situations
5 Ways to Help Students Transfer Their Learning to New Situations

"As students gain content knowledge, their next step should be applying it to new problems and across academic disciplines." Read the full article by Michael McDowell, author of Developing Expert Learners, on Edutopia.

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Using Project-Based Learning to Help Students Develop Transferable Skills
Using Project-Based Learning to Help Students Develop Transferable Skills

"When students engage in PBL, they should gain skills that will help them solve a wide array of problems, not just the problem at hand." Read the full article by Michael McDowell, author of Developing Expert Learners, on Edutopia.

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Connecting SEL to Academic Outcomes
Connecting SEL to Academic Outcomes

"Skills that students develop in social and emotional learning—empathy, collaboration, and so on—are closely connected to standards in many academic subjects." Read the full article by Mauric Elias, author of The Other Side of the Report Card, on Edutopia. 

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A Principal’s Toolkit for Suspension Alternatives
A Principal’s Toolkit for Suspension Alternatives

"As a former public elementary school principal who believes in taking care of students’ emotional and social needs as well as their academic needs, I was happy to see this book that can be part of an administrator or teacher’s toolkit to help lower suspension rates." Read the full review of Don't Suspend Me! by Mary Langer Thompson on Middleweb. 

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Getting Started With PBIS
Getting Started With PBIS

"The best approach to student discipline is a proactive approach. The more energy a new leader invests in developing systems that support the communication of school expectations, the fewer behavioral interruptions will occur during a typical school day. The fewer disruptions, the less instructional time is wasted, giving students more time to engage in learning and more opportunities to grow." Read more in this article by Scott Trungadi in NAESP's 2018 March/April Issue of Principal.

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