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  • Integrated Studies

    Using the Election as a Teaching Tool

    With careful planning, teachers can use the election to foster social and emotional learning and connect math, literacy, and social studies lessons.
    Erica Silva
  • School Leadership

    Staff Meetings Get a Needed Makeover During the Pandemic

    Educators across the country share their insights on how the pandemic has forced them to change staff meetings—for the better.
    Emelina Minero
  • Culturally Responsive Teaching

    Letting Young People Lead With Their Identity

    By providing students with opportunities to let their identities shine, educators get to know them well, says youth advocate Karen Pittman—and that is one of the first steps in culturally responsive teaching.
  • Differentiated Instruction

    3 Steps to Developing an Asset-Based Approach to Teaching

    Through this approach, which focuses on students’ strengths, teachers can plan instruction that promotes a growth mindset.
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