Listening to Black girls to cultivate belonging in middle and high school

Listening to Black girls to cultivate belonging in middle and high school

Brooke Harris-Thomas developed self-confidence and an interest in math at an early age, thanks to encouragement from her dad, who was a math teacher. Those early education experiences not only shaped her as a young student but later in life as a special education teacher in math support and a researcher. Harris-Thomas, who is a postdoctoral research More...

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Student Arrested in University of Colorado Shooting That Killed Two
By MDN On Wednesday, February 21st, 2024
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Student Arrested in University of Colorado Shooting That Killed Two

A Michigan man was arrested on Monday on murder charges related to the fatal shooting of two people, one of them his roommate, in a dormitory at the University of Colorado campus in Colorado Springs, the police More...

Leveraging Conflict Management For A Positive Work Environment
By MDN On Tuesday, February 20th, 2024
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Leveraging Conflict Management For A Positive Work Environment

How Can Conflict Resolution Ensure Harmony In The Workplace? Wherever there are people, there will be conflict, and that includes the workplace, too. When we think about conflict, our mind often goes to its More...

Help! I Don’t Think Schools Should Be “Like a Family”
By MDN On Monday, February 19th, 2024
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Help! I Don’t Think Schools Should Be “Like a Family”

Dear We Are Teachers, I was interviewing for a new position this week, and the interviewer said over and over how their school is “like a family.” This phrase has always rubbed me the wrong way, and I told More...

18 Inconvenient Truths About Assessment Of Learning
By MDN On Sunday, February 18th, 2024
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18 Inconvenient Truths About Assessment Of Learning

by Terry Heick I. In terms of pedagogy, the primary purpose of an assessment is to provide data to revise planned instruction. It should provide an obvious answer to the question, “So? So what? What now?“ II. More...

3 Research-backed tips for teaching forgiveness to children
By MDN On Saturday, February 17th, 2024
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3 Research-backed tips for teaching forgiveness to children

This post was originally published by Parenting Translator. Sign up for the newsletter and follow Parenting Translator on Instagram. You may have never thought specifically about teaching your child forgiveness More...

California’s Push for Ethnic Studies Runs Into the Israel-Hamas War
By MDN On Friday, February 16th, 2024
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California’s Push for Ethnic Studies Runs Into the Israel-Hamas War

California has grand ambitions for ethnic studies. By 2025, the state’s public high schools — about 1,600 of them — must teach the subject. By 2030, students won’t be able to graduate high school without More...

Problem Solving In Modern eLearning Environments
By MDN On Thursday, February 15th, 2024
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Problem Solving In Modern eLearning Environments

The Brain Game: How To Add Problem-Solving Activities In Online Lessons Analyzing issues, devising innovative solutions, and adapting to changing environments help people thrive in life. As an L&D professional, More...

Here’s What Report Cards Looked Like in 1954
By MDN On Wednesday, February 14th, 2024
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Here’s What Report Cards Looked Like in 1954

My husband and I often talk about where to send our son to school when he’s ready for kindergarten. Some of our neighbors send their kids to the neighborhood school that’s within walking distance. Others More...

What Is Cognitive Constructivism? –
By MDN On Tuesday, February 13th, 2024
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What Is Cognitive Constructivism? –

Learning theory isn’t generally high on the list of practicing teachers. For starters, teachers are busy poring over the classic–or emerging–learning theories that can inform their teaching on a day-to-day More...