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How Not to Procrastinate: Guide for Students

Procrastination is a complex psychological behavior that affects everyone to some degree or another. With some it can be a minor problem; with others it is a source of considerable stress and anxiety. Procrastination is only remotely related to time…

The 14 Best Educational Websites for Kids

Get your child learning—and giggling—with our picks for the best educational websites. The 14 best educational kids websites all have one thing in common: They seek to make learning fun and interactive. From dependable favorites to new, exciting apps, these…

Positive Reinforcement: 9 Things You Shouldn’t Say to Your Child

I was trying to do two things at once—cook (in the kitchen) while deciphering some paperwork (in the next room). I'd been interrupted a thousand times with requests for snacks, shrieks over spilled paint water, questions about what squirrels like…

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Diversity Toolkit

This online toolkit provides an introduction to the multiple facets of diversity. It offers basic information, a short list of strategies and tools, and suggestions for how to find out more. Neither the short list of topics in this toolkit…

School Shootings and Other Traumatic Events: How To Talk To Students

All too often gun violence and mass shootings top the headlines in America, causing anxiety and confusion among young people. To help students who are continually hearing about senseless gun violence in or near schools and are scared about their…

5 Tips for Better Relationships With Your Students

Should teaching be a popularity contest? Probably not. But skilled educators know the value of having good relationships with students. Establishing goodwill can help minimize classroom disruptions, improve student engagement, and reduce stress for everyone. Here are some approaches to…

Environmental Education Activities & Resources

The Roof is Growing! A classroom program developed by the American Society of Landscape Architecture to engage and educate middle school students about green roofs and their environmental benefits. The Rainforest Alliance Curricula and resources to help students understand how…

K-W-L (Know, Want to Know, Learned)

Description K-W-L (Ogle, 1986) is an instructional reading strategy that is used to guide students through a text. Students begin by brainstorming everything they Know about a topic. This information is recorded in the K column of a K-W-L chart.…

The Truth About Tenure in Higher Education

You may well have heard about attacks on tenure and college faculty. After all, people write books and get quoted in the press grinding this ax. The argument is not hard to believe, either; we've all seen people in authority,…

6 Steps to Successful Co-Teaching

Are you wondering how you can co-teach effectively and make it a successful year for both teachers and students? As co-teachers - a regular and a special education teacher - you will plan lessons and teach a subject together to…

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