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Why Teach Leadership?
PUBLISHED: Wednesday, October 11, 2017 by Katy McDowall
As a teacher, you have enough on your plate—why add teaching leadership into the mix? Are students not already getting a sense of leadership through watching you lead the class, engaging in group work, giving presentations, and taking part in their extracurricular activities throughout the school year? read more...
4 Ways to Help Teachers Affected by Harvey and Irma
PUBLISHED: Tuesday, September 19, 2017 by Katy McDowall
The effects of Harvey and Irma will still be felt in the months to come. If you’re wondering how to help teachers and students affected by the storms, we’ve put together a list of suggestions. read more...
Embracing Mistakes With Growth Mindsets
PUBLISHED: Wednesday, July 26, 2017 by Stephanie McCauley
According to recent research, mistakes and errors actually have the potential to help students learn and remember better, as long as students frame their mistakes within the context of growing with effort. read more...
Fake News and Media Literacy
PUBLISHED: Thursday, February 23, 2017 by Stephanie McCauley
As instances and accusations of “fake news” reach an all-time high, schools and teachers are looking for ways to educate students in news literacy. read more...
Should More Gifted Students Skip a Grade?
PUBLISHED: Wednesday, February 15, 2017 by Stephanie McCauley
A recent study from Johns Hopkins indicates that many more students are performing above grade level than previously thought. However, the percentage of students who skip grades is only about 1%. If so many students (gifted students in particular) are overperforming in their grade levels, then why has grade skipping remained so rare? read more...
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