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5 Ways We Can Help Reduce Gender Bias in the Classroom
#4 Blog of 2017 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...
Kindred Spirits: Popcorn with a Side of Empathy: Film as Enrichment
Teaching with film can be an excellent way to enrich learning. From highlighting literary elements such as tone, character, mood, theme and plot, to...
Shark My Lessons
Melissa Cristina Marquez
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
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’...
Why Teachers Are Taking “Sharing Is Caring” to Heart
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...
"The Brain Rules" by John Medina is a Powerful Tool for the Classroom
Before I taught high school social studies, I was a neuroscience researcher. When I came to the classroom I wanted to use what I had learned about...
Caution! Students at Play
This blog was originally published on PBS NewsHour on July 9th, 2014 Introducing games into the classroom can transform learning Pirate Day! The...
Suit Up with Kindred Spirits: Professional Resources for Summertime
When we saw that Share My Lesson’s theme for the week was “Summer Learning at Home,” we started thinking about our own summer learning and what...
Kindred Spirits: The Art of Expression
Several months ago, we received a message from a Los Angeles-based photographer, Jamie Siragusa. She was working on a project titled “Love Us All,”...
Sharing My Lessons: Curating a Class
Teachers rarely have enough time to reflect; after all, the days keep on coming, and our students need us to be present, not worrying about yesterday...
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