Leadership

5 Ways To Include Student Voice In School Change

If we want to provide each and every student with a truly transformational 21st-century education, then we should consider asking our students what they think should be done.

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STEM & Maker

Helping Every Learner Identify as a “Math Person”

Recently, Curriculum Associates released a new white paper on culturally responsive classrooms. Included in that guide are four key components necessary to practice “culturally responsive mathematics teaching." Reflecting on these components, understand that there is no such thing as a “math person,” and that high-quality math instruction is key to helping learners shed that perception.

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EdTech

Dear Novice Teacher, Let’s Talk Data

By: Dr. Justin Aglio and Anna Myers. Justin and Anna discuss how to help all educators, specifically novice teachers, understand the importance and significance of data in education.

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EdTech

Exploring the World From Our Classroom

Promoting global collaboration is important to help our students develop skills for the future and to enhance their cultural awareness. There are a lot of digital tools are resources that facilitate these collaborations faster than ever before.

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Project-Based Learning

PBL for Equity & Inclusion of Students with Disabilities

By: Ace Parsi. How do we respond to struggling learners, including those with disabilities, when they just can’t seem to get it? The unfortunate fact is that we too often double down on ineffective “skill and drill” approaches that fail to engage them. PBL can help.

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