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By Christina Bartolomeo SML’s Webinars with Marc Brackett Can Help Us Handle Tough Times and Emotions “Teachers often forget to help themselves. You...
By Cerssandra McPherson I’ve never had a problem with public speaking. Looking back to grade school, my teachers always said I talked too much. But...
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Bringing Back Our Blog It’s stunning to realize that it’s been a year since our last post . What a year. There’s so much rising to the surface—the...
Pick Your Sessions March 23-25 On Tuesday, we kick off our ninth AFT Share My Lesson Virtual Conference . This is a free annual event that offers 40-...
Calling All PreK-12 Teachers, School Staff and Parents In my previous blog , I provided some useful tips for Share My Lesson 2021 Virtual Conference...
Virtual Conference Tips: Get the Most Out of Your Session(s)! From all of us on the Share My Lesson team, we want to thank you for your interest in...
How Can We Help Grieving Students and Families? Supporting grieving students, and their families, is always challenging. Now, more than a year into...
The Vital Importance of the Feminist Club at Our School Like everything else these days, our feminist club meetings are virtual. Our club, the...
Although planning parallel lessons is more complex, there are ways to streamline the process. Let’s look at a model for planning, electronic tools for planning, and a sample parallel lesson.
Ideas for Parallel Planning Teaching both online and on-site learning can be challenging, especially when you are trying to plan instruction and...
Fannie Lou Hamer, American civil rights leader, at the Democratic National Convention, Atlantic City, New Jersey, August 1964 | Library of Congress
By Kaitlin Smith Fannie Lou Hamer: Unsung Woman of the Civil Rights Movement Facing History Cleveland recently offered a riveting professional...