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The theme of this issue is “Teachers Modeling Writing for Students,” and the articles here exhibit a wide range of unique and effective writing programs teachers from around the United States and othe
Diversity and Inclusion Climate Study - Children discover themselves as learners at Oakhill Day School. Visit our community of active learners who are valued and known every day.
Providing a scaffold and teaching students how to use a scaffold are not the same thing.
A fourth-grade teacher shares a project-based learning unit that incorporates social studies, literacy, math, and 21st-century skills.
Use young children's understanding of differences to teach social justice through age-appropriate literature, news stories, anti-bias lessons, familiar examples, and problem solving.
Tips for putting together an effective classroom newsletter, a simple step that can enhance teacher-parent relationships.
Decades of research show that homework has some benefits, especially for students in middle and high school—but there are risks to assigning too much.