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Formative Assessment: Socrative Overview

Socrative is a freemium web application perfect for formative assessment in the classroom. Using any device, students can respond to teacher-created...

Feedback and Universal Design for Learning

How can educators tailor feedback so it is accessible to and inclusive for all learners? With this resource, explore how educators can utilize the...

Giving Feedback: Seven Ways to Respond to Your Child's Creative Work

As guardians, it can be tough to find the right balance when trying to encourage our own children and engage them about their work. In this resource,...

Delaying the Grade: How to Get Students to Read the Feedback

Instead of focusing on a letter or number grade, we'd all like our students to prioritize the feedback we provide. In this resource from Cult of...

Reexamining Feedback Practices

If you've struggled with giving meaningful feedback on your students' work, you're not alone. In this resource, discover ways one teacher took tips...

Five Effective Feedback Practices

When we as educators put time into providing our students feedback, we want them to take that feedback, reflect, and grow in their work. This...

6 Tips for Faster, More Effective Feedback

How do educators find a balance between giving effective feedback that students can use to grow and not burning themselves out with an unreasonable...

Developing Students' Ability to Give and Take Effective Feedback

Knowing how to give and receive constructive feedback is a life skill. Read this resource to learn how one educator adapted the 6 Thinking Hats...

9 Types of Feedback to Boost Student Engagement

Giving effective feedback is challenging, especially in the digital space. Educators must find the right balance to motivate students and also...

Helping Kids Reflect

Parents can help their children be more reflective on their thoughts and actions through questioning their actions. What can you do differently? How...

Inviting Parents in Virtually When it's More Difficult to Engage in Person

We've learned many things through educating during a pandemic, but chiefly among them is the importance of communication. When other adults can't be...

Teacher Efficacy and Agency, Effort Needs to Equal Impact

As educators, when we put forth effort towards something, we want to see and feel that we are making an impact. The pandemic may have taken some of...

Learning Like a Kid Again

Who says that adult learning can't be fun? As we reflect on our professional learning, how can we work towards making sure we are learning things...

Small Moves, Big Changes!

Whether we learn from our own classroom teaching reflections or from a professional development session, it's normal to feel overwhelmed with changes...

9 Ways to Help Kids Learn to Self-Reflect

Self-reflection is where so much of our learning and growth happens. When we reflect, we take time to consciously think about our thoughts, feelings,...

Lead with Intentionality: Making Mindset Part of your Skillset

Leaders must lead with mindset. Make your mindset part of your skillset by affirming what you'd like to be true. Intentionality is huge! As a leader,...

Introduction to SEL

According to CASEL, social-emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which children and adults understand and manage emotions, set and achieve...

SEL: Self-Awareness

According to CASEL, social-emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which children and adults understand and manage emotions, set and...

SEL: Self-Management

According to CASEL, social-emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which children and adults understand and manage emotions, set and...

SEL: Social Awareness

According to CASEL, social-emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which children and adults understand and manage emotions, set and...