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Teachers should avoid the reflexive language of anger or frustration. Here's a list of these sayings, framed as opportunities to constructively address difficult student behavior.
The In a Nutshell Blog highlights one Oakhill teachers' quest to learn more about the World Peace Game.
In this lesson, students will describe aspects of their identities such as race, gender, ability, religion and more. Then after exploring Marley Dias' Black Girls Books campaign, students will analyz
John Anderson recently retired after 41 years in independent school education. Most recently, he was head of middle school at Pace Academy in Atlanta.
This teacher gives each student a clean slate at the beginning of the year. Here's why... WHAT WORKS IN EDUCATION The George Lucas Educational Foundation
As a matter of practice, we encourage teachers to integrate learning opportunities about religious tolerance and cultural understanding throughout the school year. But this is especially important as
If we're going to be on the same team, we have to trust each other. That means being transparent, up front, and telling our truth even when we think it's difficult for other people to hear.
Learn the latest tips and tricks for using Finalsite Learn LMS and Group Spaces. Read best practices for teachers, video tutorials and more.