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De-escalation strategies can help prevent students’ emotional outbursts, and aid them and their peers in finding calm after one.
Research suggests that while homework can be an effective learning tool, assigning too much can lower student performance and interfere with other important activities.
By co-developing classroom norms and practicing reflection and feedback, you create a culture where students want to be included because their voice matters.
When's the last time you asked a teenager for advice? After hearing from our youth advisors, you'll probably want to ask them more often!
When Upton High School in Wyoming switched from a traditional to a self-paced education model last year, Weston County School District Superintendent Summer Stephens’ 15-year-old daughter reacted the
Common Sense's Danny Wagner has a list of helpful tools that can help students better collaborate with one another while learning important skills.
A popular theory that some people learn better visually or aurally keeps getting debunked.