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What Considerations Should We Keep in Mind for Distance Learning?

What considerations should we make as we prepare for possible distance learning in our schools?  (continue reading)

Teaching and Leading In the Midst of COVID-19: Join Lucy Calkins for a Webinar

Join Lucy Calkins for the next Webinar where she will continue the discussion around the challenges involved with teaching and leading during the coronavirus.  (continue reading)

VIDEO: Jennifer Serravallo on keeping things simple, meaningful, and engaging.

Watch the recording of the Facebook Live session led by Jennifer Serravallo where she talks about how parents and teachers can keep things simple, meaningful, and engaging so that children can do real reading and writing during these challenging times.  (continue reading)

Making a Commitment to Collaboration

Collaboration isn’t kids working quietly and peacefully at all times—it can be noisy and it often involves some push and pull among members.  (continue reading)

How You Design Your Classroom Matters

Reimagining a strategic learning space is mostly about being mindful of the evolving needs of learners.  (continue reading)

Making Technology Meaningful

Technology is a tool, not a goal, and it’s up to us to ensure that our students know how to use it effectively.  (continue reading)

The Importance of Working Within a Unit of Study

The word unit implies that we have goals we are working toward. But the word study is just as important.  (continue reading)

Teaching is Heart Work

If someone tells you teaching is easy, they probably don't really know teaching.  (continue reading)

Honoring Identities Through Exposure

Cultural norms and adult attitudes and behaviors define for children which differences matter and which do not.  (continue reading)

Incorporating Curiosity into Your Students' Day

Inquiry means kids investigating and exploring, instead of just sitting and listening.  (continue reading)

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