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  • Learning Environments

    4 Ways Classroom Design Impacts Executive Functioning

    Effective classroom design can help elementary students develop skills like organization and task initiation.
    Andrew Ayers, Amelia Glauber
  • Education Equity

    How Video Captions Foster Equity

    Video captions are necessary for students who are deaf or hard of hearing, but they benefit everyone.
    102
  • Administration & Leadership

    How Administrators Can Help Ensure Teachers’ Success

    Effective leadership helps teachers feel heard, supported, and capable of weathering the challenges of their profession.
    132
  • Culturally Responsive Teaching

    How Culturally Responsive Practices Help Students Connect to School

    This bilingual elementary school offers students a more inclusive educational experience—through music and culturally relevant instruction.
  • Administration & Leadership

    5 Ways to Elevate the Effective Teaching Happening in Your School

    Principals can use these strategies to help all teachers on staff learn about the best teaching practices of their colleagues.
    109
  • Social & Emotional Learning (SEL)

    Encouraging Social and Emotional Learning Through the Arts

    Elementary students can build a sense of community and awaken a lifelong interest in the arts with these simple classroom strategies.
    104
  • Student Wellness

    6 Strategies to Help Neurodiverse Students Fully Engage in Class

    Every classroom has neurodiverse students, and these tips from a neurodiverse teacher can guide them to feel focused and ready to learn.
    360
  • Student Engagement

    5 Must-Haves for Your Middle School Classroom Library

    Choosing the right materials for your classroom library can boost engagement and cultivate a habit of reading for pleasure.
    145
  • Social & Emotional Learning (SEL)

    How to Spot Signs of Hidden Distress in Young Students

    It’s important for preschool teachers to be able to recognize when students need emotional support—even if they seem to be doing fine.
    155
  • Literacy

    Extending Penmanship Lessons Beyond Elementary School

    Working to improve their handwriting can help middle school students improve their reading and writing skills as well.
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