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  • The Research Is in

    What Fact-Checkers Know About Accuracy—and Students Should, Too

    Professional fact-checkers use a strategy that’s at odds with how we usually teach information literacy. Here’s how to teach your students.
    Youki Terada
  • Culturally Responsive Teaching

    Using Inquiry-Based Learning to Create a Culturally Responsive Classroom

    Teachers can use inquiry to guide students to engage in learning activities that are personally and culturally relevant to them.
  • Special Education

    4 Ways to Guide Students With Disabilities to Success After High School

    Strong relationships with teachers combined with early postsecondary planning can improve disabled students’ college and career outcomes.
  • Blended Learning

    Education Buzzwords Defined: What Is Blended Learning?

    See how blended learning—a combination of online activities and face-to-face teaching—helps teachers differentiate instruction and spend more time with students.
  • Student Engagement

    A Simple Strategy to Encourage Student Reflection and Improvement

    Middle school teachers can guide students to analyze a learning experience by asking about what went well and what could be improved.
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  • Administration & Leadership

    4 Tips for School Leaders Starting DEI Work

    School leaders should take an active role and set attainable goals to ensure that diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives are successful.
  • Project-Based Learning (PBL)

    To Make the Parts of Speech Engaging, Have Students Do the Teaching

    Middle school language arts teachers can create an impactful grammar unit that emphasizes collaboration, research, and presentation skills.
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  • Assessment

    Self-Paced Learning in Middle School Math

    Implementing self-paced learning helped an eighth-grade algebra teacher scaffold and differentiate instruction, creating a student-centered class.
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  • Mental Health

    Creating Safe Environments for Students Recovering From Trauma

    An excerpt from the new book ‘The School of Hope’ looks at how educators can help students who have experienced trauma.
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  • Literacy

    How to Use 6-Word Memoirs in the Classroom

    Activities in which students have six words to collect their thoughts can help build community and get classroom discussions started.
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