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Jose Luis Navarro, a principal and former California Teacher of the Year, shares his struggles and successes working with disadvantaged students in Los Angeles.
Bringing choice into your classroom helps you give your students chances to create work that matters to them.
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Home visits can be a valuable tool for increasing parents’ involvement in their kids’ education. Here’s how you can get started.
Veteran researchers present five strategies—like maintaining success files and allowing choice—to help struggling students develop a positive attitude needed for success.
A collection of ideas to consider as you work to fuel your students’ curiosity.
Learn how executive skills—like working memory and cognitive flexibility—play an essential role in reading.
Students need periodic breaks to ease brain strain, and the perceived demand that they should always be on task is unrealistic.
Help your students understand the perspectives of other people with these tried-and-tested methods.
A collection of lesson plans, curricula, and multimedia resources for teaching the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
A veteran English teacher on the importance of choice, plus three tactics to keep high school readers engaged.