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Amber Chandler
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You might not have heard of these “educators,” but trust me when I say I learned more from these deep thinkers than I have from most education...
Amber Chandler
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Most people who know me are aware that I use technology in my classroom, but until this blog, I’ve never talked much about how important I consider...
Praveen Shanbhag
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Throughout my life, people have mispronounced my name more times than I can count. For me, it never felt like a purposeful slight. Yet, over time, I...
#5 Blog of 2017 Several months ago, Tricia Baldes and I had the wonderful good fortune of connecting with a kindred spirit on Twitter. Social media...
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National Association of School Psychologists
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Republished with permission from the National Association of School Psychologists Schools have an important role in preventing youth suicide, and...
©KidsRights, photographer Marije Kuiper It is with great pleasure that we introduce you to Kehkashan Basu, our first guest writer for Kindred Spirits...
#2 Blog of 2017 Don’t you just love when things fall into place? That is exactly what happened to create this mini-unit on social justice using the...
April Brown
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A few years ago, I was eating dinner with a colleague at a restaurant in Seattle after a long day of filming (we don’t actually use film anymore) for...
50/50 Day
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Have you ever wondered how many elected women presidents or prime ministers there have been in the world? Ten, 20, 40? Please hold your guess for a...
Kindred Spirits
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Kindred Spirits: Poetry Frontiers & Frameworks Poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko declared, Poetry is like a bird, it ignores all frontiers, and Article 19...