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Social Studies Opinion Q&A Collections: Teaching Social Studies
Links to 10 years of posts with commentaries from over 100 social studies educators.
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Teaching Opinion Four Favorite Physical Education Instructional Strategies—Recommended by Teachers!
Differentiated instruction is among the favorite strategies three educators employ in teaching physical education.
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Equity & Diversity Opinion Q&A Collections: Challenging Normative Gender Culture in Education
Ten years of posts on supporting LGBTQ students and on questions around gender roles in education.
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School & District Management Opinion How District Leaders Can Be Clear in Their Messaging
Choosing a go-to source of information is a good starting point, but it doesn’t end there.
Daniel R. Moirao
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School & District Management Opinion COVID-19 Ripped Through Our Emotional Safety Net
Three years after overhauling its approach to student mental health, one California district found itself facing a new crisis.
Jonathan Cooper
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School & District Management Opinion Students Need Better Connections to Teachers
We have to fix our digital divide, but let’s not lose sight of the relationship divide.
Susan Enfield
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A teacher checks in on a remote student.
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Teaching Profession Opinion Behind the Scenes of the Pandemic
A researcher looks at teachers' ultimate challenge in the past year.
Lora Bartlett
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School & District Management Opinion Leadership Lessons From the Kitchen Table: A Series
Experienced district leaders from one end of the country to the other share their most instructive insights from leading through a pandemic.
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Teaching Profession Opinion What We Learned About Teachers During the Pandemic: A Series
A researcher shows how teachers went from making school happen to having little say in planning for an unprecedented year.
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Equity & Diversity Opinion How to Get Black History Right: A Series
What does it mean to be an educator of Black history? Educators, students, and historians explore.
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Special Report Big Ideas for Confronting Racism in Education
There’s no single solution for combating anti-Black racism in schools.
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