When Students Are Traumatized, Teachers Are Too; 10 Motivational Posters; Brain Breaks and Focused-Attention Practices; The Brain Is Wired for Math |

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October 18, 2017
Strategies for coping with vicarious trauma
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When Students Are Traumatized, Teachers Are Too

Trauma in students' lives takes an emotional and physical toll on teachers as well. Experts weigh in on the best ways to cope.

Download one or two—or all of them.

10 Motivational Posters for Your Classroom

Printable posters to foster a positive classroom environment.

Get your students ready to learn.
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Energy and Calm: Brain Breaks and Focused-Attention Practices

These exercises increase activity in the prefrontal cortex, where problem solving and emotional regulation occur.

Closing the achievement gap is a priority at this school.

Building a Community of Learners—and Citizens

A high-needs school in Rhode Island helps close the achievement gap while preparing students for active citizenship.

Tips to make math stick for younger kids
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The Brain Is Wired for Math—Sort Of

Symbolic math can be hard to grasp, so we have tips to help you build on the natural math sense your kids already have.

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