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Inspired by the augmented reality game, students welcome mutants into their school -- and learn about collaboration and the value of art.
With the right training and support, restorative justice can prove more effective than traditional discipline measures in building a stronger school community.
You can avoid controversial topics and still honor a diversity of holiday stories, characters, and rituals as symbols of positive values.
It’s much more important for a student to practice writing -- the only way to build writing fluency -- than to fill in a graphic organizer completely or perfectly.
Arts-based research is beginning an investigation without expectations and remaining open to all possibilities. Now imagine asking a ninth-grade class to deconstruct and recreate a Happy Meal.