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  • The Research Is In

    Reading the Virtual Classroom Is Hard, but It Can Be Done

    Many teachers find it difficult to gauge how well students understand a lesson in an online classroom. A technique common among award-winning online instructors should help.
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  • Communication Skills

    How to Set the Stage for Challenging Classroom Discussions

    Creating a safer space for students to engage with controversial topics starts with shared norms like “assume best intentions” and “show respect and courage.”
  • Education Equity

    Using Data to Advance Racial Equity

    Schools that strive for equity can collect, interpret, and use data about students in purposeful and self-reflective ways.
  • Online Learning

    7 Guidelines for Setting Up Clear Online Lessons

    The way a lesson is laid out online can make all the difference in whether a student can follow along and execute it successfully.
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  • Online Learning

    How to Make Remote or Hybrid Math and Science Instruction Engaging

    Take advantage of online resources and simple experiments students can do at home to keep them learning in all teaching scenarios.
  • Professional Development

    Making PD More Meaningful Through Personalization

    Teachers can get much more out of professional development when school leaders encourage them to tailor it to their own needs.
  • Technology Integration

    How Green Screens Bring Learning to Life

    A simple video production technique can animate a wide range of student projects—and instill new energy in distance learning.
  • Classroom Management

    Using Hand Signals for More Equitable Discussions

    Whether your class discussions are online or off, hand signals enable students to engage in multiple ways.

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