5 Principles of Outstanding Classroom Management; A Weekly Morale Boost for Teachers; 3 Literacy Practices That Work; A Case for Finger Counting |

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December 13, 2017
Advice from veteran teachers
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5 Principles of Outstanding Classroom Management

When we asked our community for their best classroom management practices, over 700 ideas rolled in.

An easy way to deepen staff relationships
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A Weekly Morale Boost for Teachers

Sending out bumps—emails with compliments shared among staff—is a simple way to spread positivity and increase teacher efficacy.

Research-based literacy practices
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3 Literacy Practices That Work

A literacy researcher shares three practices that are proven to be effective for early elementary learners.

Kids may improve math skills by using their fingers.
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A Case for Finger Counting

New research suggests that young children may make gains in math by counting with their fingers.

How to recover when a lesson goes south
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3 Ways Lesson Plans Flop—and How to Recover

Tips on how to reach your teaching goal when your initial plan fails.

George Lucas Educational Foundation

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