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WHAT WORKS IN EDUCATION The George Lucas Educational Foundation
By Reem Rahman Kareem

Creativity and self-expression are the keys to helping adults understand how playful learning can enrich the experience of the children in their world.

By Elena Aguilar

Stories of hope sure to nurture the educator's spirit are offered up in this book by Tom Little.

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Student Engagement
Making Connections

By Geoff Richman

When teachers make a point of connecting with students as individuals, those students will feel valued, be willing to take risks, and ultimately thrive.

By Maurice Elias

Once a leadership team has helped the school community understand the importance of culture and climate, they are ready to assess it and improve it.

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By Monica Burns

Poetry comes from the soul, but apps can help students embrace the form, whether it's shape and theme generators or videos of actors reading Shakespeare.

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These tools from Google for Educators, whether old and familiar or new and improved, will keep teachers and students inspired, inventive, and organized.

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By Matthew James Friday

Poetry is an effective tool for broadening elementary students' reading choices, strengthening sentence-level skills, teaching ELLs about English, and reinforcing learning across many subjects.

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By Abby Wills

By adding a fun, creative element of focus and stillness to a classroom routine, you can help your students learn to appreciate and practice self-regulation.

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By Matt Davis

In this collection, Matt Davis rounds up some of Edutopia's favorite Pi Day resources for teachers.

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By Terry Heick

Teaching empathy is about teaching students, not content -- how they feel about the incoming knowledge will ultimately determine how useful it is to them.

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By John McCarthy

Most teachers differentiate their instruction intuitively because not all students are the same. For those willing to commit to DI, the next step is intentional differentiation.

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By Donna Wilson, Ph.D.

Strengthen your students' conscious processing of information with techniques like repetition, gamification, visualization, emphasizing relevance, and peer teaching.

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By Carl Hooker

Bring professional development events to life with Interactive Learning Challenges, which merge collaboration, interactivity, and problem solving in a hands-on environment for learning technology.

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By Rebecca Alber

Check out these researched-based, best teaching practices and share with us the ways you already use them in your classroom.

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