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A simple activity can reduce friction in a classroom by guiding students to focus on each other’s strengths.
A leading researcher argues that kindness is innate and has developed a curriculum to strengthen prosocial behavior.
The EdSurge Fusion conference back in October surfaced some unexpected “aha” moments for me. The theme was personalized learning and heading into the ...
Social media can be a big part of students' lives, and teachers across the country are finding ways to use popular platforms as teaching tools.
Revealing imperfections and showing vulnerability connects teachers to students—and students to deeper engagement.
If you tell them they're the worst class you've ever had, they definitely will be.
First-year teachers may feel that taking a strict approach with their students is best. A second-year teacher makes a case for compassion.