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  • Helping Elementary Students Develop Conflict Resolution Skills

    These tools help kids practice techniques that foster communication, understanding, and social success in the classroom.
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  • A More Efficient and Productive Way to Conduct Math Assessments

    Here’s how to assign graded work that more accurately assesses elementary students’ learning and saves time.
  • Teaching Young Learners Self-Calming Skills

    To help early elementary students manage big emotions, try breathing exercises and sharing how you deal with overpowering feelings.
  • Exploring Before Explaining Sparks Learning

    New elementary science teachers can build student engagement and enhance learning by using the explore-before-explain approach.
  • The Benefits of Using Choice Boards in Math

    How math choice boards can enable new elementary teachers to meet the needs of their individual learners while employing mathematical rigor.
  • Tips to Help Students With Their Handwriting

    These simple tricks to improve motor skills can empower young learners to feel more in control of their handwriting.
  • A Framework for Building Older Students’ Literacy Skills

    Encouraging middle school students to read books of all genres and reading levels can reignite their interest in reading.

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