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5 Resources of Great Teaching Ideas for the New School Year
PUBLISHED: Wednesday, July 08, 2020 by Andilynn Feddeler
No matter what form school takes in the coming year, students need resources and lessons that expand their learning and challenge their skills. These great resources offer student-driven learning experiences and build crucial social-emotional skills and timely critical thinking skills. read more...
Concept-Based Instruction: Author Q&A
PUBLISHED: Wednesday, June 17, 2020 by Andilynn Feddeler
Teachers and curriculum specialists are exposed to many ideas from educational leaders, but it is difficult to know which ones can be transformed into meaningful learning experiences in the classroom. Concept-Based Instruction: Building Curriculum With Depth and Complexity helps educators translate the works of leading educational thinkers into concept-based units and challenges all students to think through active and meaningful learning experiences. Learn more about the book and how to create practical and organized units that inspire student thinking in this interview with the author, Brian E. Scott, Ed.D. read more...
5 Summer Reading Recs for Engaged Educators
PUBLISHED: Monday, June 15, 2020 by Katy McDowall
Looking for books to add to your summer reading list? Look no further than these must-have reads for engaged educators. Learn how to build a student-driven classroom, address underrepresentation in gifted education, teach critical thinking to all students, and more. read more...
Methods and Materials for Teaching the Gifted: Author Q&A
PUBLISHED: Wednesday, June 10, 2020 by Andilynn Feddeler

The completely revised and updated fifth edition of Methods and Materials for Teaching the Gifted provides a comprehensive examination of the most current research and best practices in the field of gifted education. Learn more about this complete resource curated for a wide range of K–12 educators in this interview with the editors, Jennifer H. Robins, Ph.D., and Jennifer L. Jolly, Ph.D.

Cultivating 21st-Century Learners
PUBLISHED: Monday, June 08, 2020 by Todd Stanley
Many schools aim to teach students 21st-century skills. Given that we are 2 decades into the 21st century, many would say it is about time. Why this focus on 21st-century skills? Because, according to Thomas Friedman and his similarly titled book (The World Is Flat), the world is becoming flat. The world is not the gigantic place it once was. read more...
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