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- Teaching Opinion 'Explain Less, Show More' and Other Advice Teachers Have LearnedTeachers share how their instruction has improved from listening to—and taking to hear—observations and feedback they have received.Teaching Opinion Gholdy Muhammad Champions 'Unearthing Joy' in Her New BookThe esteemed educator explains the importance of bringing joy into the classroom and incorporating it into the curriculum.Teaching Opinion What Makes for Valuable Feedback? Teachers Weigh InKnowing how to integrate the feedback into your practice can be a transformative experience.Teaching Video Teachers, Try This: Build a Lesson Plan Using ChatGPTOne educator explains how teachers can use ChatGPT to create lesson plans, and offers insight and advice on the process and its pitfalls.Teaching How Should Schools Celebrate 100 Days of School? Educators Are SplitThe tradition of asking students and staff to dress up as a 100-year-olds is especially polarizing.Teaching Opinion Educators Need to Get With the AI Program. ChatGPT, More SpecificallyAI tools offer teachers a great opportunity to prepare students for all the good—and the not so good—that they can do.Teaching Opinion Want to Take Learning Recovery Seriously? Support and Train TeachersTo help reduce student learning gaps, districts should build teacher confidence. An elementary educator offers a way.Teaching Opinion Should Students Be Allowed to Eat in Class? Here's What Teachers Have to SaySet reasonable rules, but remember: Hungry students can’t concentrate on learning.Teaching Opinion Classroom Cellphone Use Is Fraught. It Doesn't Have to BeBefore you confront students or assume the worst about their phone use, ask them why they are using it. You might be surprised.Teaching Opinion Just Because You're a Teacher Doesn't Mean You Know It AllTeachers, whether novices or veterans, can always learn something new from their students and colleagues.Teaching Opinion Teachers: Give Yourself a Break. Don’t Expect Perfection, Especially in Your First YearLooking back, veterans say they would have been easier on themselves for their shortcomings.