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Teaching Hard History: American Slavery for Grades 6-12

Most students leave high school without an adequate understanding of the role slavery played in the development of the United States—or how its...

Teaching Hard History: Professional Development

Most students leave high school without an adequate understanding of the role slavery played in the development of the United States—or how its...

Teaching Hard History: American Slavery for Grades K-5

Most students leave high school without an adequate understanding of the role slavery played in the development of the United States—or how its...

Shout-Outs

Educators know the importance of providing positive feedback to students who are working hard, achieving goals, and showing a growth mindset, but...

Corrective Feedback

Corrective Feedback is a classroom management strategy for educators to use to help correct inappropriate behaviors from their students. This video,...

Class Dojo Big Ideas Growth Mindset Series

Watch this series of videos from Class Dojo with your students and facilitate discussion with related activities for social-emotional learning. In...

Grab a Cup of Coffee and Let's Discuss Compassion Fatigue vs Burnout

How to detect the difference between compassion fatigue and burnout among educators. Join the discussion to learn more about the differences and how...

Interland - Play Your Way to Digital Citizenship

From Google's website:"Interland is an adventure-packed online game that makes learning about digital safety and citizenship interactive and...

Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) Apps for Special Ed

This article from Edutopia outlines some useful apps for special education students that need help with social and emotional issues. While these apps...

Comprehensive School Counseling in Action

Effective school counseling programs are a collaborative effort between the counselor and other school staff members. This presentation will...

Supporting Secondary ELs

When the whole school comes together as a collaborative community to support secondary EL students, it creates an environment where they are engaged,...

Conflict Resolution

This workshop, with Catherine Whitcher, explores the five questions you need to ask when conflict arises.December Get Your Teach On learning series

Evaluating Student Interactions & Student Relationships: Elementary

Strong relationships with peers can dramatically enhance students' level of motivation and therefore promote learning. When positive relationships...

Strategies for Building Student Relationships: Lower Elementary

Positive student relationships are fundamental to success. When students feel supported and valued by their peers, they feel centered and empowered...

Strategies for Building Student Relationships: Middle School

Positive student relationships are fundamental to success. When students feel supported and valued by their peers, they feel centered and empowered...

Strategies for Building Student Relationships: Elementary

Positive student relationships are fundamental to success. When students feel supported and valued by their peers, they feel centered and empowered...

How to Inspire Gratitude in Students

November and Thanksgiving are often times when we share what we are grateful for. Practicing gratitude shouldn’t just be relegated to one month or...

Evaluating Student Interactions & Student Relationships: Middle School

Strong relationships with peers can dramatically enhance students' level of motivation and therefore promote learning. When positive relationships...

Evaluating Student Interactions & Student Relationships: Lower Elementary

Strong relationships with peers can dramatically enhance students' level of motivation and therefore promote learning. When positive relationships...

Classroom Community & Management Best Practices: Lower Elementary

Classroom community is at the forefront of success in a class, but just like Rome, it isn't built in a day! Together we will put together a plan to...