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If you have ever heard the term “frequent flyer” used to describe students who visit the nurse very often, that would have described me. To this day...
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By Cleary Vaughan-Lee, Global Oneness Project Photography as a Medium for Engaged Virtual Learning A good photograph can tell a rich and compelling...
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Podcast Civics Lessons for the 2020 Election The November 2020 election may be one of the most consequential in U.S.history. The election offers an...
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Teaching for Racial Equity and Justice As students nationwide have joined the fight for racial equity and justice, many educators are engaging...
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I’m teaching a graduate course in literacy at Medaille College, and as my teachers-to-be embarked upon their first lesson plan, I gave them a...
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Micah was once told he had an IQ of 40, today he teaches college courses . “If you walk up to 10 people on the street and ask how to measure...
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This is the week where my love for student participation and activism and my love for civic education are converging with two milestones:...
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Supporting Educators with First Book This school year looks different than any other and that can be stressful and worrisome for both educators and...
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John Carey, professor of government at Dartmouth University, believes that next to free and fair elections, one of the most important defining...
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By Primrose Cameron You’ve all seen it: the Zoom sessions hour after hour, until many students are “zoomed out” from desperately attempting to find a...