Trauma-Knowledgeable Practices Profit All College students

When contemplating implementing trauma-informed practices in your college, you may end up asking: How do I do know which college students have skilled trauma, so I can educate these college students in a trauma-informed approach? Whereas it’s vital to determine college students in want of additional assist, we will use trauma-informed practices More...

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By admin On Monday, October 16th, 2017
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Teaching the Veteran Trainer

There are refined and substantial variations between teaching our novice academics and our veteran academics. Novice academics, whereas inexperienced within the classroom, could have studied the newest technological More...

By admin On Monday, October 16th, 2017
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Trauma-Infused Practices Profit All College students

When contemplating implementing trauma-informed practices in your college, you may end up asking: How do I do know which college students have skilled trauma, so I can train these college students in a trauma-informed More...

By admin On Saturday, October 14th, 2017
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Gamifying Your World Language Classes

The advent of interactive play platforms such as Quizlet Live, Quizizz, Kahoot!, and Quizalize has brought to world language classrooms an engaging way to review vocabulary. Students enjoy the low-stakes competition, More...

By admin On Friday, October 13th, 2017
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Building a Sense of Community—With Math

It’s well known that children learn by playing and that playing has numerous cognitive benefits, including flexibility, focus, self-control, organization, and planning. Playing games may also help children More...

By admin On Friday, October 13th, 2017
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What Do Parents Want From Schools?

Several recent polls have asked adult members of families their thoughts about education. Media coverage of such polls focuses mostly on findings around school choice. But when we dig deeper, we see an array More...

By admin On Thursday, October 12th, 2017
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Things People Say

Note: October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month.   Number One. “Did you know?” They never complete the thought, as if just looking at him implies what they’re really asking. I ache to play dumb: Know More...

By admin On Thursday, October 12th, 2017
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Turning Your Students Into Web Detectives

Our students use the web every day—shouldn’t we expect them to do better at interpreting what they read there? Perhaps, but not necessarily. Often, stereotypes about kids and technology can get in the way More...

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ED Releases Secretary’s Proposed Priorities for Competitive Grant Programs

Today, the U.S. Department of Education (ED) released the Secretary’s proposed priorities for ED’s competitive grant programs and launched the 30-day public comment period. Once we consider the comments More...

By admin On Thursday, October 12th, 2017
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Why I Don’t Have Classroom Rules

When I started teaching, I was incredibly traditional in terms of classroom management and discipline. In those early years, a clear code of conduct was reassuring. For infraction X, there was always consequence More...

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