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  • Brain-Based Learning

    5 Metacognitive Questions For Students Learning New Material

    New materials can leave kids in the fog. Here are five metacognitive questions they can use to find their way and become more independent learners.
    Paige Tutt
  • Elementary school students work on tablets in classroom
    Technology Integration

    3 Simple Tech Tools to Bolster Literacy

    While most elementary students are learning in person now, these tools are a big help in promoting literacy in or outside of the classroom.
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    Administration & Leadership

    Successful Leadership Comes From Successful Mentorship

    To provide school and team leaders with worthwhile feedback, superintendents and principals need to observe their leadership moments.
  • Using Hexagons to Build Critical Thinking Skills
    Collaborative Learning

    Using Hexagons to Build Critical Thinking Skills

    This simple, flexible activity gets students collaborating to make connections between key themes—in any unit you are teaching.
  • Elementary teacher bends down to help student working on her tablet at her desk
    English Language Learners

    10 Strategies That Support English Language Learners Across All Subjects

    Teachers of any subject can use these tips to help English language learners be more engaged and at ease in class.
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    Teacher Wellness

    5 Quick Stress Busters for Teachers

    Instead of pushing through anxiety and stress, you may be able to calm yourself and potentially add more balance to the rest of your day.
  • MIddle school teacher in classroom with students
    Brain-Based Learning

    Using Technology to Support 10 Executive Functioning Skills

    Teachers can use a variety of digital resources to foster the skills students need for long-term success.
  • HIgh school teacher helping students working on computers.
    Classroom Management

    Building a Better Check-In

    Carefully crafted check-ins can bring middle and high school classes closer together and improve student well-being.
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    Critical Thinking

    Shifting Into Deeper Learning

    A focus on belonging, creativity, and metacognition is helping one school lead students away from superficial learning.
  • Elementary school teacher teaching students in classroom
    Professional Learning

    Using Classroom Video to Improve Your Teaching

    Reflecting on and learning from captured moments in the classroom can be a powerful form of professional learning.

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