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Amber Chandler
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This was my first AFT TEACH conference, and I’m so overwhelmed with gratitude for the experience. I learned so much from the sessions, particularly...
Amber Chandler
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I’ve been teaching for nearly 20 years, and I think I do a pretty good job identifying what students should know and be able to do, what inspires...
This past year, my daughter, Zoey, began middle school in the building where I teach. Never in my life have I been so nervous. I’ve always been...
Hopefully you recognize this multiple-choice item as an invalid assessment! There is no single “best” way to assess student learning. The answer...
5 Ways We Can Help Reduce Gender Bias in the Classroom Here are five universal tips I have put together that you can use to help curb gender bias! “A...
Teaching with film can be an excellent way to enrich learning. From highlighting literary elements such as tone, character, mood, theme and plot, to...
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Hello Share My Lesson! My name is Melissa Cristina Márquez. I am a marine biologist and wildlife educator who studies Chondrichthyans (a fancy term...
The shocking truth about the Depth of Knowledge wheel: You’ve been using it wrong all along If you are a teacher, you have probably seen Norman Webb’...
By Jeffrey Somers Photo Credit: Erin Scott It takes a village to educate our children, and now a vibrant online portal for teachers seeks to support...
Katie Gould
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This blog was originally published on PBS NewsHour on July 9th, 2014 Introducing games into the classroom can transform learning Pirate Day! The...