When students share their writing with an authentic audience, they raise their game.
Teachers can improve outcomes and build equity in the classroom by listening closely to their students. Here are six ways to do that.
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Transitions can be a time to give students agency to meet their own social and emotional needs without being disruptive.
Books can give children an entry point to taking action in the outside world by providing examples of how to address bullying, bias, and injustice.
Video chats with published writers will inspire your students to read and write more.
We should be deliberately teaching middle and high school students how to manage their devices.
The author’s fifth-grade students practiced a variety of skills in order to make 25-minute verbal and visual presentations on their inquiry-based projects.