How This Teacher’s Experience With ADHD Helps Others Navigate the ConditionMarch 1, 2021
Diagnosed at 35, Jannine Perryman-Harris shares how living with ADHD has shaped her teaching and special...
Competing With Instagram and Snapchat: How Educators Are Navigating Hybrid LearningMarch 11, 2021
From choosing the right app for each subject to making the classes interactive online, lesson plans...
COVID-19: Inside the Life of Indian TeachersApril 23, 2020
“I just share a PowerPoint presentation and give lectures. We don’t even know if the students...
Five Ways You Can Implement Accommodations for Assessments in the ClassroomApril 3, 2019
Accommodations can be helpful for neurotypical kids as well as children of determination in the classroom.
An Open Letter on Mental Health From a High School StudentOctober 9, 2019
Even the smallest action can mean a lot to someone who is lonely or overwhelmed.
The Re:Set Guide
The Re:Set Guide: Starting a Peer-to-Peer Mentoring Program in Your SchoolOctober 31, 2019
Children learn to solve problems together, which teaches them about empathy, diversity and how to advocate...
The Case for Starting School Later in the DayApril 18, 2019
Sleep-deprived teens are more likely to be depressed or overweight.
What Teachers Need to Know About Childhood TraumaSeptember 17, 2019
“Teachers need to understand that behaviour is a child’s way of communicating."
Food as a Teaching Tool? Here’s How You Can Make It Happen.June 5, 2019
Food in the classroom is a great idea if you want to pique your students’ interest.
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