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Wisewire
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#8 Blog of 2017 On an average day, a teacher asks upwards of 400 questions, and that doesn’t even count the written assessments. Have you ever...
In the aftermath of recent global electoral developments, it’s clear that the way we interpret and synthesize news is important. Britain’s exit from...
Cleary Vaughan-Lee
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Teaching What Unites Us: The Values of Democracy by Cleary Vaughan-Lee What are some qualities of citizenship essential for sustaining democracy in...
Amber Chandler
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As a teacher, my new year is really in September, and I always treat it that way, with resolutions to go along with my school supplies. I think most...
Hour of Code
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Bring computer science to any classroom or school. Start with an Hour of Code! The Hour of Code is a movement reaching more than 100 million students...
Written by Renee Jain, Chief Storyteller at GoZen! Anxiety Relief for Kids It happens to every child in one form or another – anxiety. As parents, we...
Ali Michael
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“What should I say to my students after the election, if Trump wins?” a principal asked me recently. Good question. What should we tell our children...
ADL
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Our country has a long history of youth-led movements that brought about significant social change. Young people have advocated for child labor laws...
Mary Cathryn Ricker
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I became a teacher to make a difference in people’s lives. And I’ve never met another teacher who didn’t feel the same way. This is why National...
David J. Bobb, Ph.D.
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Congratulations, America, it’s Election Day! If you’re like a majority of Americans , you are elated that this one is almost over. And if you’re a...