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School Climate & Safety Video VIDEO: How Schools Can Harness the Power of Relationships
A look at the benefits of building strong student relationships, and some ways to create those bonds.
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Sam Mallon
Curriculum Video A Collaborative Teaching Model to Mimic Even When There's No Eclipse
This teaching model brings together educators across grades and subjects to create popular lessons for all students during major events.
Sam Mallon, April 11, 2024
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Teaching Profession Video ‘Teachers Make All Other Professions Possible’: This Educator Shares Her Why
An Arkansas educator offers a message on overcoming the hard days—and focusing on the why.
Catriona Ni Aolain, April 10, 2024
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Curriculum Video Why This Educator Uses Aliens to Teach Media Literacy
Media literacy is crucial for a generation that does everything on their phones. A look at how teachers can address the topic.
Kaylee Domzalski, April 4, 2024
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Teaching Video The National Teacher of the Year's Advice for Building 'a Legacy of Strong Teachers'
This year's National Teacher of the Year has a message for educators on finding joy and creating a legacy of strong teachers.
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Ahenewa El-Amin leads a conversation with students during her AP African American Studies class at Henry Clay High School in Lexington, Ky., on March 19, 2024.
Ahenewa El-Amin leads a conversation with students during her AP African American Studies class at Henry Clay High School in Lexington, Ky., on March 19, 2024.
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Curriculum Video VIDEO: What AP African American Studies Looks Like in Practice
The AP African American studies course has sparked national debate since the pilot kicked off in 2022. A look inside the classroom.
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Student Well-Being Video A Clinical Psychologist Offers Tips on Healthy Tech Use for Students
There’s a disconnect between parents and schools over who should take ownership of students’ tech use.
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Devotees of TikTok gather at the Capitol in Washington, as the House passed a bill that would lead to a nationwide ban of the popular video app if its China-based owner doesn't sell, Wednesday, March 13, 2024. Lawmakers contend the app's owner, ByteDance, is beholden to the Chinese government, which could demand access to the data of TikTok's consumers in the U.S.
Devotees of TikTok gather at the Capitol in Washington, as the House passed a bill that would lead to a nationwide ban of the popular video app if its China-based owner doesn't sell, Wednesday, March 13, 2024. Lawmakers contend the app's owner, ByteDance, is beholden to the Chinese government, which could demand access to the data of TikTok's consumers in the U.S.
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Classroom Technology Video In Defense of TikTok: A Teacher on the App's Power to Build Connections
This Texas teacher has built relationships through her TikTok platform, and worries what a ban will mean for her and her students.
Kaylee Domzalski, March 19, 2024
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Teaching Video Teachers, Try This: A Pen Pal Exchange to Improve Student Writing and Build Empathy
This class experiences so many benefits through the monthly letters they exchange with their pen pals at the local retirement home.
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Teaching Profession Video Nonstop From Classroom to Classroom, an ESOL Teacher's Day
This ESOL teacher moves from room to room throughout the day, working with students from kindergarten through 5th grade.
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Teaching Profession Video How a Moment of Recognition Rejuvenated This Alabama Teacher
Kenisha Gage, an elementary school teacher in Huntsville, Ala., shares the highs and lows of her career as an educator.
Catriona Ni Aolain, March 6, 2024
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Special Education Video Inside an Inclusive Classroom: How Two Teachers Work Together
This model for inclusive education benefits students of all abilities, and the teachers instructing them.
Catriona Ni Aolain, March 6, 2024
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Teaching Profession Video From School Lockdown to 'Business as Usual': A Teacher's Day
From an unexpected school lockdown to building students' confidence in science, it's "business as usual" for this Arizona high school teacher.
Kaylee Domzalski, March 6, 2024
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Teaching Profession Video Teaching 'My Friends' Kids': An Alaska Educator With Deep Community Ties
This Alaska educator now teaches at the elementary school she once attended. It's a position ripe with rewards, and some challenges.
Catriona Ni Aolain, March 6, 2024
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