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Helping Teachers Learn New Technology

Why is Mastering New Technology Important? During the 2020 school year, educators not only found themselves in the middle of a pandemic, but also reinventing

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How to Teach Empathy in the Classroom

In a generation that is full of selfies, self-love, and selfishness, the significance of empathy in the classroom is greater than ever before. Compounded by

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Advice from educators

Tips for Mentoring New Teachers Remotely

Teaching is a calling. Those in our profession, when asked why they became teachers, will usually craft their response around a teacher, coach, or administrator

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How to Boost Teacher Observation Results

Teachers are often very good at preparing lessons, hands-on activities, and assessments for monitoring progress. However, when it comes to preparing for an observation, they

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School Safety in the Time of COVID-19

If I were to characterize and animate COVID-19, the terrible virus would show up in the form of a barbaric monster fervidly exclaiming, “ARRRRRRGGGHHHH, I’m

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