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  • STEM

    Using ELL Strategies in the Science Classroom

    How science teachers can use ELL strategies to help students have a better grasp of the vocabulary of science.
    Gina Lappe, Kent Dwyer
  • Flexible Classrooms

    5 Ways to Explore Science Concepts Through Movement

    When classroom resources are limited because of the pandemic, students still have access to helpful learning materials—their bodies.
  • Administration & Leadership

    Reflections From a Principal’s Semester of Teaching

    Direct, regular interaction with students can support a principal’s understanding of the nuances of their needs.
  • How to Foster Metacognitive Skills for Independent Learning
    Brain-Based Learning

    How to Foster Metacognitive Skills for Independent Learning

    Giving students tools to explore how they think and learn can be a powerful way to deepen understanding and build self-sufficiency—in the classroom and beyond.
  • Social & Emotional Learning (SEL)

    How to Teach Consent Across the Curriculum

    Studying the concept of consent outside the confines of health classes may leave students better equipped to apply what they learn.
  • Technology Integration

    7 Augmented Reality Tools for the Classroom

    A technology integration specialist shares some ways her district uses augmented reality to boost engagement in learning.
  • Creativity

    Reducing Student Anxiety About Creative Digital Work

    When students feel comfortable sharing creative work on open-ended projects, they’re better able to show what they know.
  • Collaborative Learning

    How an Online Space for Student Art Builds Community

    When students can see and comment on the art created by their peers, they learn empathy and communication skills.
  • Social & Emotional Learning (SEL)

    Key Elements of SEL Implementation

    A social and emotional learning program should involve the whole school and be guided by a team of stakeholders dedicated to its success.
  • Social & Emotional Learning (SEL)

    The Enduring Importance of Extracurriculars

    It will be tempting to put after-school activities on the back burner this fall, but experts say that’s a missed opportunity—especially for teenagers.

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