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“Facts are stubborn things”: A Teacher’s Perspective By David Cutler, history, government and journalism teacher, Brimmer and May School “If you...
distance learning ideas blog
By Kara Wilkins Free PreK-12 Distance Learning Ideas Preparing for illnesses like COVID-19 is always a difficult and serious affair, but it has given...
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By Christina Bartolomeo Free Thanksgiving Activities and Lesson Plans for PreK-12 Students Whether you’re helping kindergartners understand what...
health and wellness community share my lesson
Promoting Health and Wellness with Community I don’t know about you, but my stress level has been at an all-time high. Between the stress of the...
Social Justice and 'Many Threads, One Fabric' Social justice is hardly a new concept at the New York State United Teachers, the union for educators...
the great thanksgiving listen
The Great Thanksgiving Listen 2020 2020 has been an undeniably challenging year for many of us across the country. The COVID-19 pandemic,...
Launching a School Crisis Plan: Part Three of a Three-Part Series Read the first part here . Read the second part here . In the first post of this...
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Election 2020 Kahoots! for Engaging Students Exciting announcement! PBS NewsHour EXTRA began a collaboration with Kahoot! Academy focused on making...
By Betty Wallach “There he is! Drag that suspended MF’er out of her room! How’d he get in the building?” Security shouted this in the hallway before...
discussing the importance of collaboration in building a school crisis plan
A Collaborative Approach to Building a School Crisis Plan: Part Two of a Three-Part Series Read the first part here . In our blog post Responding to...