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First-year teachers may feel that taking a strict approach with their students is best. A second-year teacher makes a case for compassion.
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A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops — Henry Adams Getting your teaching staff on social media can often be a double-edged sword.
Back-to-school content is usually focused on teachers and students, and as these two groups will have the largest workload ahead of them, that makes sense. But for students, the ultimate support syste
This is the final post in a four-part series.
Download and print this tip sheet on using digital tools to help kids build social and emotional (SEL) skills!
Our job is to teach students the art of argument and to give feedback on how they express themselves—not what they express.
In the past two decades, autism diagnoses have soared—but new research shows that girls have frequently been overlooked, leaving them without crucial support.
Learn what it's like to be a forensic entomologist and use insect larvae to find the age of rotting "corpses" in this experiment from the SciFri Educator Collaborative. Grade level 6-12
A primer for ensuring that students’ personal information remains confidential on social media.
As we expect more from technology, do we expect less from each other? Sherry Turkle studies how our devices and online personas are redefining human connection and communication -- and asks us to thin
Grant writing is like the chicken and the egg dilemma. Do you start with a great project idea and no funding source, or begin by identifying a possible funding source to then develop a project to match?