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A simple change in language can show students how mistakes are useful and how struggle can be productive.
Strategies for parental involvement and synchronous and asynchronous activities can help students with individualized education programs.
Figuring out to how to deal with the summer slide and traumas resulting from the pandemic are just two of the biggest concerns.
There’s so much information available online that the challenge becomes sorting through it to find accurate, objective materials.
Four ways to validate and affirm young students’ cultures in meaningful ways, which can boost their engagement and motivation.
With a little creativity, students can still take part in science experiments and discussions while learning at home.
Seemingly insignificant details can provide insight on individual students and ways to engage them.
Experienced teachers typically mentor novices by observing their classes and meeting regularly. That can still happen as both teachers work from home.
Distance learning can feel impersonal and inaccessible, but there are ways to help students feel a sense of connection and access academic material.