George Lucas Educational Foundation
  • School Culture

    3 Benefits of Having a Comfort Dog in School

    Bringing a comfort dog into your school is a great way to build rapport with students and help them deal with all kinds of stress.
    Jesse Pachter
  • Culturally Responsive Teaching

    Harnessing the Power of Storytelling to Support Migrant and Immigrant Students

    Identifying different layers of identity is particularly helpful for students transitioning into a new social and cultural context.
  • Arts Integration

    Art as a Pathway to SEL in School Counseling

    Introducing the arts into lessons can help students process their emotions and strengthen relationships in the classroom.
  • Mental Health

    Understanding and Supporting Your Student With ADHD

    ADHD can be frustrating for both teachers and students, but coming together to find strategies that work helps your student—and your relationship—blossom.
  • Administration & Leadership

    5 Ways School Leaders Can Work to Prevent Teacher Burnout

    Retaining teachers can be a challenge, especially now, but focusing on making the workload more manageable helps.
  • Technology Integration

    Bringing What Worked During Virtual Learning Into the Classroom

    Online class staples like learning management systems and video lessons continue to have value in face-to-face instruction.
  • early childhood education

    3 SEL Practices That Early Childhood Educators Can Use Every Day

    These simple social and emotional learning activities can make a big difference for the youngest students.
  • Creativity

    Creating Authentic Audiences for Student Work

    Teachers can guide students to share their learning with different groups of people, creating a deeply engaging learning experience.
  • Administration & Leadership

    How School Leaders Can Build Realistic Optimism This Year

    Amid the challenges of the past two years, a superintendent shares the four-step process he used to step back from his breaking point.
  • Student Engagement

    How to Manage a Multiyear Project—and Why You Should Try One

    Working on a project like a garden for years is challenging but yields plenty of learning and engagement for each new group of students.

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