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Barbara R. Blackburn
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Discussing the difference between a fixed and growth mindset and how to foster our students' abilities to adapt and overcome challenges. There is a...
Amber Chandler
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I’m a big planner. I can tell you what my students will do every day for the rest of this year. Each week, I send my husband an email about who goes...
Barbara R. Blackburn
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Discover the benefits differentiating instruction in the classroom by signing-up for Barbara's web inar : Differentiating Instruction without...
Students in a trauma-informed classroom.

  

American Federation of Teachers
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As the research in this issue of American Educator makes clear, experiences of childhood adversity literally change the brain and negatively impact...
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Let Me Be Myself (Anne Frank), street art by Eduardo Kobra - Photo by Marion Golstejn. Amsterdam, Netherlands.

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Turning sixty-five can be a time to think back on one’s career while also considering whether it might not be time to retire and get to that mountain...
Ami Turner DelAguila
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There are so many apps and digital tools available today , it can be a daunting task to identify the best ones. When looking for educational tools,...
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Ami Turner DelAguila
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Editor's Note: This blog post by Ami Turner originally appeared in the American Educator . A Personal Learning Network Educators understand the...
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Ami Turner DelAguila
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Editor's Note: This blog post by Ami Turner originally appeared on EdSurge . Hear this: Teachers everywhere are looking for ways to amplify their...
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Ami Turner DelAguila
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Summer of Learning Professional Development If you’re like many educators, summer is the perfect (and only!) time to catch up on all of those “...
Teacher discussing topics with children in a trauma-informed classroom

  

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Reflections on the Importance of Trauma-Informed Practices in Ferguson, MO I love teaching at Ritenour High School , a public school with about 1,700...