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word gap

Understanding and Overcoming the Word Gap

Though many solutions focus on early education, there are ways teachers can help older students overcome the word gap. There is a noticeable difference between the learning tools available to […]

5 Steps for Effective Home Visits

No longer reserved for home-schooled or troubled students, home visits are a great way to bridge the gap between parents and educators. Increasingly, the role of parent engagement in a […]

Trump presidency

What a Trump Presidency Could Mean for Education

The reality of a Trump presidency has elicited a wide number of responses from people across the political spectrum — and within education. Donald Trump ran what was arguably one […]

metacognition

5 Ways to Improve Metacognition

Direct student attention inward and improve student learning by cultivating metacognition in your classroom. In the past, it was believed that children enter the school system with natural abilities and […]

teacher bias

How to Recognize and Overcome Teacher Bias

Instructors who practice unconscious discrimination, or teacher bias, can hurt their students’ chances of learning effectively. Have you ever caught yourself cringing at how many boys are in your class when you […]

empathy in education

5 Ways to Increase Empathy in Education

Bullying has become a major issue within our nation’s culture. Cultivate empathy in education to prevent bullying and create a culture of understanding. The strange days of 2016 have been […]

students with ADHD

New Guidelines for Teaching Students with ADHD

The Department of Education (DOE) updated its guidelines for teaching disabled pupils, which includes students with ADHD. Find out what this means for your classroom. This past summer, the DOE’s Office […]

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