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- SponsorThis content is provided by our sponsor. It is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of Education Week's editorial staff.STEM isn't just equations and logic. Join this webinar and discover how emotions fuel innovation, creativity, & problem-solving in STEM!Teaching Video Teachers, Try This: A Lesson on Journalism, Misinformation, and Different Points of ViewThis elementary teacher taught his students a valuable lesson on how we can each experience the same situation a little differently.Teaching Opinion Where Did I Go Wrong? Teachers Learn From Their MistakesTreat students with compassion and kindness rather than thoughtlessness and irritation. Students and teachers alike can learn from that.Teaching Video Teachers, Try This: Address Student Behavior Issues With Somatic Check-InsThrough somatic check-ins, educators and students can learn better emotional regulation, and in turn improve classroom management.Teaching Opinion Do I Really Have to Go to Summer School? How to Get Students to Change Their MindsStudents often view summer school as a punishment. Schools can take steps to shift that perception.Teaching Video VIDEO: An Educator Answers FAQs on Teaching Black HistoryA Black educator answers educators' frequently asked questions around teaching Black history.Teaching Opinion Should Cellphones Be Permitted in Classrooms? Teachers Offer These StrategiesTeachers can play a role in helping students figure out appropriate times for using their phones.Teaching Opinion How to Facilitate Student-Centered Instruction: One Nonprofit Leader Shares LessonsMost educators want rigorous, differentiated, student-centered classrooms. The trick is actually creating them.SponsorThis content is provided by our sponsor. It is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of Education Week's editorial staff.Join the National Inventors Hall of Fame® in an exploration of invention education – a pedagogy that invites students to discover or “invent” solutions to real-world problems.SponsorThis content is provided by our sponsor. It is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of Education Week's editorial staff.AI is reshaping education, bringing efficiency and innovation to classrooms worldwide.Teaching Should Students Get Rewards for Doing Their Work? What Teachers (and a Researcher) ThinkThe debate about giving rewards vs. fostering intrinsic motivation continues.Teaching Opinion Angela Duckworth on What the Research Says About Active LearningWhat students think works best for their learning isn't necessarily what does.