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Indelible Impressions Jonathan Todres
We are certain that being English language arts teachers has helped illuminate how much a kindred spirit Jonathan Todres has become to us. However, being a teacher is not a requirement when...
Let Us Learn: The Right of All Children to Attend Public School, Regardless of Immigration Status
Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law...
At their best, our nation’s public schools provide an equal opportunity for every child of every background to learn, grow and succeed. Now more than ever, teachers and schools need to create an...
Students’ Right to Protest the Pledge and National Anthem: Advice for Supporting Young People
This article was originally published on October 3, 2017 on the Anti-Defamation League website and can be found here . In August 2016, then-NFL San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick...
The Flexible Approach to Social and Emotional Learning
With all of the mandates (often unfunded), standardized testing and public scrutiny, it is easy to see why teachers retreat into a “this is how we do it” mentality and treat students more or less the...
Time to Bring Kindness to Middle Schools
Middle School Kindness Challenge
A quality education for all students includes numerous factors from equitable funding to well-rounded curriculum. But there’s another piece of the...
Orlaith Staunton with Katie Gould
https://sharemylesson.com/teaching-resource/sick-tick%E2%80%94tori%E2%80%99s-story-289676 For Sepsis Awareness Month this September, the American...
Kindred Spirits: An Honest Response
Jess My plans for the second weekend of August were not very interesting. I hoped to get caught up on laundry, try out a new recipe, possibly catch a...
3 Tips to Support Special Education
I’m teaching a graduate course in literacy at Medaille College, and as my teachers-to-be embarked upon their first lesson plan, I gave them a...
Student names: Getting them right on day one
It’s the first day of class in the new school year. You’ve read the names of the kids on your roster. Some of them you know, some are new. Some have...
Controlled-Chaos Classroom Management for Learning Centers
There’s nothing quite like the feeling in the pit of your stomach when an administrator walks into your classroom while some students are sprawled on...
My Japanese-Inspired Math Journal Journey: Promoting Reasoning, Discourse and Coherence
Math journals allow students to record mathematical ideas, improve communication skills and build upon previous learning. They serve as a repository...
How Do I Safely View A Solar Eclipse?
Xochitl Garcia for Science Friday
This resource was origninally published on Science Friday on July 24, 2017 and has been reposted with their permission. You can find the original...
Anything but Standard
Share My Lesson recognizes that there is more than one set of standards, and that educators teach in different circumstances. Some districts expect...
3 Atypical Tips for New Teachers
Every single summer, lots of teachers start getting the “Sunday night nerves” weeks before classes start back up. Teaching, unlike so many other...
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