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  • Social & Emotional Learning (SEL)

    4 Relationship-Building Strategies to Help Finish the School Year Strong

    Students still have time to make connections with their classmates, and projects that require teamwork are a great place to start.
    Stephanie Rothstein
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    Technology Integration

    Teaching Students How to Learn From Videos

    Instructional videos can help students learn at their own pace, but only if they know how to use them.
  • Two teenage girls playing eSports at school.
    Social & Emotional Learning (SEL)

    Promoting a Sense of Community With Esports

    An esports program with clubs, courses, and competitive teams can increase students’ feelings of belonging in the school community.
  • 3 Ways to Assess Math Understanding More Deeply

    3 Ways to Assess Math Understanding More Deeply

    Getting the answer right is just one part of math assessment—these strategies can provide deeper insight into students’ mathematical thinking.
  • Teenagers participate in community food drive
    Service Learning

    How Community Service Supports Students in Tough Times ERIC

    Giving struggling middle and high school students opportunities to help others may ease some of the stress they’re feeing this year.
  • Illustration concept for appropriate use of copyrighted materials
    Online Learning

    A Teacher’s Guide to Copyright and Fair Use

    There are rules when it comes to using copyrighted material in the classroom—and easy ways to make sure you’re always in the clear.
  • An illustration of pages of history with different identities
    Culturally Responsive Teaching

    Addressing Race and Racism Head-On in the Classroom

    From featuring stories of resistance to making sure kids see themselves represented in the classroom, a few things to keep in mind when teaching American history.
  • Two high school students work together, one student in wheelchair.
    College Readiness

    Support for Students With Disabilities as They Head to College

    A smooth transition from high school to college requires these students to understand the law and build critical self-advocacy skills.
  • Illustration concept of girl connecting digitally
    Technology Integration

    From Headache to Helpful—Teachers on Using TikTok in the Classroom

    From 60-second micro lessons to brain breaks, teachers are finding creative ways to meet students where they are. Increasingly, that’s on TikTok.
  • Teenage girl sitting on floor at home doing homework with laptop and books

    Essay Assignments That Actually Engage High School Writers

    Cookie-cutter essays may reflect students’ attitude toward the assignment, not their writing ability. Here’s a way to make that stack of grading more rewarding.

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