Educators

This article features advice from the founders of the #DisruptTexts Twitter chats and website who are working to help other English Language Arts… Read More »

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4 Strategies to Make Grading Tolerable

In this article, a teacher offers advice on how to share responsibility for providing feedback with students. He shares his… Read More »

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How to Make Student Choice Work

In this article a teacher discusses how she gives her students the power to choose what they learn and how… Read More »

Empowering student-centered learning in new ways Never have my two worlds collided in such a big way. I have worked… Read More »

Toolkit

School Closure Resource Bundle for Teachers

Author: Amanda Dorris.   Teachers and parents across the country are taking on new and intimidating things this week. While exhausted from taking care of families, we… Read More »

Tool

PeerGrade

This tool lets students conduct peer review online. It allows teachers to set an assignment and select a review rubric… Read More »

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Teaching Students to Give Peer Feedback

A high school English teacher shares how he teaches peer feedback skills in this article. To help teach students this… Read More »

In this article, a high school English teacher shares how her approach to student feedback has changed through her teaching… Read More »

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The Novice to Expert Shift

This article presents useful take-aways from a small scale study of students participating in a student-driven, problem-based science curriculum. Researchers… Read More »

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Making SEL Culturally Competent

This article provides strategies for educators to ensure social-emotional learning (SEL) practices are enacted in ways that are culturally responsive… Read More »

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