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  • Classroom Management

    Different Ways to Play the Name Game

    With these variations, teachers can lower the pressure of remembering names, or use new prompts for community building.
    Megan Cooke
  • Project-Based Learning (PBL)

    Choosing Effective Assessments for PBL

    By diversifying the manner of assessment in project-based learning, teachers can get a fuller picture of what students know.
  • English Language Learners

    3 Tips for Supporting ELLs at the Beginning of the Year

    Simple strategies focused on building relationships help teachers ensure that they’re getting students off to a good start.
  • Teacher Wellness

    3 Ways to Re-center Yourself

    Adding new resetting and relaxation techniques to coping tool kits now helps ensure that they’re at the ready when teachers need them most.
  • College Readiness

    Developing Effective Programming for High School Students and Families

    School counselors can organize events to help students feel comfortable preparing for college while also keeping parents and guardians informed.
  • Classroom Management

    How to Create Classroom Agreements Using Poetry

    Teachers can use students’ input and artistic expression to generate class norms that support a positive, respectful learning environment.
  • New Teachers

    3 Rs for First-Year Teachers

    Good teaching is about more than lesson plans. Focusing on relationships, reflection, and resilience can help new teachers thrive.
  • Administration & Leadership

    How Assistant Principals Can Influence School Climate

    Assistant principals are in a good position to build relationships with students, observe group dynamics, and prevent conflict before it starts.
  • Social & Emotional Learning (SEL)

    11 Picture Books to Help Young Students Manage Their Worries

    These engaging books and guided questions can help young learners manage back-to-school anxiety, as well as worries in general.
  • Administration & Leadership

    Shared Agreements for Working Together Benefit Teachers and Administrators

    Setting clear expectations for how school staff will interact with one another can improve the working environment for everyone.

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