Resist the urge to grade students during the coronavirus closures

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By Joe Feldman If we agree that the primary purpose of a grade is to accurately describe a student’s level of academic performance, and...

5 essential trauma-informed priorities for remote learning

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As the COVID-19 pandemic upends communities worldwide, trauma-informed practices to support students who have experienced childhood trauma are more urgent than ever.

5 surprising facts about professional development

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By Krysia Lazarewicz, Advancement Courses (Sponsored) There’s no denying the impact of professional development on educators across the country. Schools spend $18 billion on PD...

How to teach fluency at every grade level

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By Mannu Sikka As an intermediate instructional coach, I'm often asked, “How do we teach fluency in the older grades?”  This is a complex question...

Why instructional coaches matter for all teachers

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By Mannu Sikka As an instructional coach, I am able to collaborate, plan, and learn from other teachers while supporting student learning. While my goal is...

Rising to the challenge

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Written by Michael Staton, Clemson University College of Education This article originally appeared on Clemson University's Newsstand. Jeff Marshall clearly remembers a student in his AP...

DIY guide to maker education

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By Jackie Gerstein Have you ever gotten curious about maker education? Maybe you’ve seen a lesson where students are encouraged to learn the basics of...

Back-to-school lessons from an education giant

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By Jay McTighe The start of a new school year presents the perfect opportunity to reflect on the life and work of Grant Wiggins, an...

Incorporating global competency into your classroom

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By Ariel Tichnor-Wagner and Hillary Parkhouse Why does this matter? If there's one question that teachers should be able to answer about every lesson they...

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