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- Trauma-Informed Practices
Building Confidence and Resilience Through the ArtsBy bringing in arts education, this school found a creative way to help heal trauma and encourage a more supportive learning environment.
- English Language Learners
How Peer Teaching Assistants Can Support Multilingual LearnersConsistent interaction with fellow students who know what it’s like to learn a new language can offer multilingual learners essential support.
- Critical Thinking
Notice and Wonder in Kindergarten MathActivities that allow young students to engage visually instead of through text maximize productive struggle and improve critical thinking.
- Student Engagement
4 End-of-Year Learning Strategies to Maintain EngagementHaving students rotate through learning stations or engage in design thinking can keep them motivated as the year winds down.176
- Financial Literacy
Teaching High School Students How to BudgetGiving older students a plan for saving, spending, and sharing their money can help them make wise financial decisions in the future.
- Education Trends
Using ChatGPT in Math Lesson PlanningArtificial intelligence tools are useful beyond language arts classes. Math teachers can use them to save time and create interesting lessons.253
Using Fairy Tales to Inspire Wonder in KindergartenThe enchanting nature of fairy tales can foster collaboration, critical thinking, communication, and creativity in young learners.240
- Critical Thinking
Guiding Students to Ask Questions and Define Problems in ScienceTeachers can use these strategies to help students in grades 6 to 12 develop skills that are crucial to scientific study and exploration.233
Using Skills to Grade Proficiency in ScienceProficiency scales provide an excellent way to evaluate students on their scientific knowledge and skills.323
- Student Wellness
How to Help Students Resist Their Phones and Develop Better Digital HabitsExcessive phone use can lead to depression and poor school performance, but building academic confidence can forge healthier habits.218