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  • Online Learning

    How to Support LGBTQ Students During Distance Learning

    Teachers can be a real lifeline for queer or gender nonconforming students who don’t feel accepted at home.
    Laura McGuire
  • Place-Based Learning

    With Safety in Mind, Schools Take Classes Outdoors

    There are plenty of logistics to consider, but educators say outdoor classes keep kids and teachers safer—and provide much-needed fresh air.
    Laura Lee
  • Culturally Responsive Teaching

    Showing Up for Conversations About Social Justice

    It takes courage to reflect on your own privilege, but when teachers commit to vulnerability during class discussions, it builds respect and trust.
  • Social and Emotional Learning

    What Teens Say They Need, and How Schools Can Adjust

    Students say they want a voice in the big education decisions that affect their lives—and their top concerns are backed by plenty of research.
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  • Social and Emotional Learning

    Learning to Measure the Size of a Problem

    When elementary students compare the relative importance of a range of problems, they learn to take charge of their reactions.
  • Blended Learning

    How to Make Effective Videos for Learning

    Instructional videos can help students learn at their own pace and free up time for teachers to support students individually.
  • Literacy

    Building Literacy Skills With Dramatic Play

    By acting out their own stories, young children develop a deeper understanding of character, setting, and language.
  • Mental Health

    How to Respond When a Student Acts Out

    Research shows that disciplining a child when they’re in the middle of an emotional outburst isn’t effective. Try these strategies instead.
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Differentiated Instruction

Why Are Some Kids Thriving During Remote Learning?

Nora Fleming

  • Classroom Management

    Nurturing a Classroom Community During Distance Learning

    Strategies like using a variety of groupings and having students meet each other during online office hours can help build strong relationships.
  • Culturally Responsive Teaching

    6 Ways to be an Antiracist Educator

    Educator Dena Simmons on engaging in antiracist work in the classroom.
  • School Leadership

    3 Ways Administrators Can Nurture Teacher Growth

    Adults thrive in work environments characterized by autonomy, competence, and relatedness. Here’s how administrators can cultivate those qualities in their schools.
  • Education Equity

    How White Educators Can Approach Antiracist Work

    Striving to understand the origins of the concept of race and the effects of implicit biases are good initial steps.

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