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  • Moving From the Comfort Zone to the Challenge Zone
    Environmental Education

    Moving From the Comfort Zone to the Challenge Zone

    When we are faced with challenges, our brains are activated to learn new things—so long as a foundation of safety, belonging, and trust is there as well.
  • Learning Opportunities in Out-of-School Time
    After-School Learning

    Learning Opportunities in Out-of-School Time

    Research shows that creating optimal conditions for learning wherever kids spend time can boost student motivation and engagement—whether in or out of school.
  • Making Space for Deeper Mathematics Learning
    Teaching Strategies

    Making Space for Deeper Mathematics Learning

    When students have a chance to explore math in new ways, they develop better conceptual understanding.
  • Showing Up for Conversations About Social Justice
    Culturally Responsive Teaching

    Showing Up for Conversations About Social Justice

    It takes courage to reflect on your own privilege, but when teachers commit to vulnerability during class discussions, it builds respect and trust.
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