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Meghan Laslocky

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Meghan Laslocky is a freelance writer and editor from Oakland, California. She has a master’s degree in journalism from the University of California, Berkeley, and an undergraduate degree in English literature from Middlebury College.

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  • Online Learning

    How to Better Engage Students in Online Math Classes

    Math teachers will likely need to shift teaching methods to help students thrive during distance learning. These ideas can start the process.
  • Literacy

    How Fan Fiction Can Transform Student Writing (and Reduce Your Grading)

    Fan fiction assignments can help make young readers and writers more passionate, confident, and expressive, while easing your workload.
  • Education Equity

    Making Your Classroom a Safe Place for Kids Who Stutter

    It’s not just Joe Biden—figures as various as Charles Darwin, Ed Sheeran, and Shaquille O’Neal stuttered growing up. Here’s how to integrate a student who stutters into your classroom.

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