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Jeremy Gypton
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It’s election season again, and with it has come encouragement and admonition from all angles to “just vote!” Celebrities, teachers and politicians—...
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...
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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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
April Brown
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It is drilled into us from childhood, sometimes explicitly, sometimes not, that failure is bad. No one wants to be a failure, fail a test, or fail to...