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My 10 Golden Rules for Teaching Tone in Literature

Understanding tone in literature is critical to fully understanding and enjoying what you are reading.  But because it is not ...
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Writing Prompts that Reinforce Social Emotional Learning

Most teachers agree that social emotional skills are extremely important to teach on a regular basis in the classroom.  But ...
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Are Shorter Class Periods Better for Students?

For some time now there has been a debate between block scheduling and shorter class periods. And there are excellent ...
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How reading books is different from watching movies.

How Reading Books is Different from Watching Movies

My kids and I have been spending some significant time watching movies and reading the books that go with them ...
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Is Homework Really Necessary?

Is Homework Really Necessary?

The vast majority of students hate it.  Teachers find it overwhelming to keep homework assignments relevant and updated.  Parents find ...
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Writing Prompts to Combat Bullying

Writing Prompts that Combat Bullying

For as long as we put children in large groups together, bullying will almost always be a problem that needs ...
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Benefits of Having a School Restorative Practices Coordinator in Your School

Benefits of Having A School Restorative Practices Coordinator in Your School

Professional Development (PD) is an incredibly important program in school systems today. But unfortunately, it can be very difficult to ...
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Why Schools Need Training in Restorative Practices

Why Schools Need Training in Restorative Practices

Discipline in school settings has been a difficult issue to tackle for many years, usually swinging from one extreme to ...
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