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Administration & Leadership

Administration & Leadership

Here are some guidelines and conversation starters you can use in the classroom. Point to data that shows effort. “Ten minutes ago you were on...
Turning Fixed Mindset into Growth Mindset

The teacher begins to describe a new task. Students with a growth mindset lean forward, the gears of their thinking beginning to click. If...
Becoming STEM-Ready

By now, just about every educator understands and is convinced of the importance of bringing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) into their classrooms...
Webinar: An Introduction to STEM and NGSS (Gr. K-8)

On-Demand. Watch Anytime! Presented by Alissa Berg Watch You’ve heard of the NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards) and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics), but do you...
What American Teachers Can Learn from Singapore

One of the most difficult things a teacher has to do is understand a new and unfamiliar method of learning. As Singapore Math continues...
Twitter for Teachers 201

From Old-School Teaching to Digital: Twitter in the Elementary Classroom Twitter offers amazing opportunities for global learning in the elementary classroom. It gives students...
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For the first time, low-income students have become a majority in the nation’s public schools, according to a 2013 report issued by the Southern...
Webinar: Reach, Teach, Lead & Succeed with Underserved Students

On-Demand. Watch Anytime! Presented by Cynthia "Mama J" Johnson, Ed.D. Watch Poverty, diversity, equity, excellence... these can pose unique challenges (and ultimately big rewards!) in effectively reaching, teaching,...
What’s the Secret to Dealing with Difficult Students? Good Classroom Management

Managing difficult classroom behavior is a universal challenge faced by today’s teachers. Those who are now teaching have plenty of experience with it. And...
Grit: It’s Not Just for Students

No single character trait alone determines the success of a teacher. A broad and complex set of skills is needed to be effective, especially...

Popular Videos

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Classroom Technology expert Laureen Reynolds addresses the need for teachers to embrace new technology, and to have an open mind about learning how to use technology as...
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Administration & Leadership expert Anthony Muhammad, Ph.D. 
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Math expert Eliza Sorte-Thomas shares her thoughts on the value of ...

Popular Articles

The Universal Struggle with Classroom Organization

Every teacher struggles with organization from time to time and the challenge of keeping everything under control—from supplies to paperwork to students. And every...
Can Tweeting Really Improve Instruction

It’s hard to believe Twitter has only been around since 2006. It qui...
Math Problem-Solving: Perseverance and Communication Required Not Genius

Problem-solving is the cornerstone of mathematics. Yet, math word prob...