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Free Lessons and Resources of 2019: What Stood Out? We love end-of-year lists, but especially this one. Thanks to all the downloading, rating, and...
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Wanted: Student Journalists and Publications As a judge for the New England Scholastic Press Association (NESPA) last year, I didn’t see a single...
educator engaging with student through social emotional learning
Learning First Alliance 
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Social Emotional Learning and Making a Difference for Emotionally Adrift Students Ever notice that the kids don’t come with instructions? We say that...
Constitutional Sources Project (ConSource) 
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Understanding Impeachment from the Framers' Perspective The constitutional method for impeaching and removing the President and other offices is...
Students listening attentively to their teacher.
Barbara R. Blackburn 
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Learning Strategies: Why Repetition Isn't The Answer On one of my school evaluation visits, a young girl stopped me in the hall. After I explained my...
Code with Google 
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Celebrating CSEdWeek 2019 with Google Computer Science Education Week (CSEdWeek) is held every year in recognition of the birthday of Rear Admiral...
Make History with The Aeronauts and Share My Lesson Ever wonder what it’s like to be in a hot air balloon at an altitude of more than 30,000 feet?...
The Growing Importance of Culturally Responsive Teaching The students entering schools in the United States are the most diverse cohort in the...
Native American History Month - Native American petroglyphs in Capitol Reef National Park along the Fremont River in Wayne County Utah USA. Modern Hopi and Zuni peoples interpretate that these have great spiritual significance. Recording clan migrations, ceremonial activities, supernatural deities, and plants and animals found in the area.
Celebrating Native American Heritage Month November is National Native American Heritage Month . Teaching students about the culture, traditions,...
Albert Shanker Institute 
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Exploring Social Identity Formation in the Classroom According to a recent NPR article , the “majority of parents” do not talk to their children...