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How to Engage Students in Civics: 7 Tips & Ideas for Active Learning

Teaching in today’s ever-changing classroom environment presents many challenges, including teaching civics, a complex topic that can quickly stir up emotions. Read more for 7 Tips & Ideas to navigate teaching the latest civics guidelines in engaging, informational, and practical ways.

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How to Make an Impact in Your Intervention Programs

School-wide strategies to support intervention programs involve the entire school campus and are consistent across grade levels. Read this article to take-away practical and easily applicable strategies that your whole school can use to help close the learning gaps that our students have sustained over the last few years.

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5 Easy-to-Implement SEL Strategies for Your Classroom

It is imperative that now, more than ever, we intently focus on building and fostering positive relationships with our students and among our students. While there are many ways to build relationships in the classroom, here are five tried and true strategies that can be utilized.

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5 Ways to Build Social Emotional Learning through Literacy

Throughout the pandemic, some students have been in survival mode. With the return to face-to-face instruction this school year, students desperately need in-class support to develop their SEL skills and thrive. Read on to get five strategies for integrating SEL instruction and activities into your literacy block.

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Using Inquiry to Achieve Equity: Inquiry-Based Learning for Social Studies

Today more than ever social studies teachers have an opportunity. We have an opportunity, and an obligation, to provide our students not with static, one-dimensional content from a textbook, but rather content that will provide students with the disciplinary knowledge from multiple perspectives from all those that have contributed to our collective history.

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How Social Emotional Learning and Mindfulness can support Teachers and Students

While Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) has been around for a long time, it is quickly becoming one of the most talked about topics in education. If you’re like us, you’re probably thinking: IT’S ABOUT TIME. If you are relatively new to SEL and Mindfulness, that’s great. We are here to guide you.

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