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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.
9 min read
Teaching Profession Educators of Color: Schools Need to Better Support Racial Justice Efforts
A new survey of educators of color finds that few received any training for addressing racism and violence with their students.
5 min read
Teaching Profession Opinion Only 15 Students Showed Up for Online Class. Then, Teachers Got Creative
When COVID-19 closed school buildings, teachers worked to exhaustion but also felt proud.
Lora Bartlett
1 min read
A teacher shares her pandemic experience.
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Teaching Profession Opinion Teachers Were Told to 'Give Grace' as the Pandemic Started. They Did That and Much More
Districts offered little guidance otherwise, writes researcher Lora Bartlett.
Lora Bartlett
4 min read
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Teaching Opinion Q&A Collections: Cooperative & Collaborative Learning
Ten years of links containing advice from 50 teachers on how to incorporate cooperative and collaborative learning in the classroom.
2 min read
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Mathematics Obituary Robert Moses, 1960s Civil Rights Activist and Math Education Advocate, Has Died
Moses, who endured beatings and jail in the American South during the 1960s, later helped improve minority education in math.
5 min read
Robert "Bob" Moses answers questions about Freedom Summer in 1964 during a 2014 national youth summit at the Old Capitol Museum in Jackson, Miss.
Robert "Bob" Moses answers questions about Freedom Summer in 1964 during a 2014 national youth summit at the Old Capitol Museum in Jackson, Miss.
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