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Archive for January, 2020


View Online January 8, 2020 Credit: UrbanZone / Alamy Stock Photo Identifying and Supporting Students With Dyspraxia Dyspraxia affects fine and gross motor development and can make it difficult for kids to learn, but there are ways teachers can help.
Credit: George Lucas Educational Foundation Why Inclusion Matters on the Playground When general education students and students with special needs play together, it breaks down unconscious biases about disability and fosters relationships.
Credit: SDI Productions / iStock 4 Tips for Principals From a Parent Who Knows the Job Transitioning from elementary school principal to room parent opened up a new perspective on what it means to lead a school.
Credit: Edutopia Understanding Trauma-Informed Education The principal of an internationally recognized trauma-informed school explains what this form of education is—and what it isn’t.
Credit: Astrakan Images / Alamy Stock Photo 8 Research-Backed Ways to Aid Struggling Emergent Readers Many kindergartners will pick up the foundational skills of reading relatively easily, but some will struggle. Here’s what the research says about how to support them.
Don’t Miss 8 Proactive Classroom Management Tips The Powerful Effects of Drawing on Learning Decoding the Teenage Brain (in 3 Charts) The Power of Relationships How to Teach Handwriting—and Why It Matters There’s a Cell Phone in Your Student’s Head What’s Lost When We Rush Kids Through Childhood A Student-Centered Model of Blended Learning Teaching Your Heart Out: Emotional Labor and the Need for Systemic Change 60-Second Strategy: 3-Read Protocol

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