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Free Online Learning Resources for Schools Affected by Coronavirus/COVID-19

Tech & Learning editors curate hundreds of free elearning resources for schools worldwide, especially those affected by coronavirus/COVID-19 closures.

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Train, Observe, Collaborate

As an educator of many years, change has always been an influential companion on this exciting journey of teaching students.

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5 Tactics for Turning Around a Failing School

A principal in Mississippi describes what it took to bring an elementary school's rating from an F to a B.

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Honoring Classroom Excellence: Extraordinary Educators

Every school or organization committed to improvement should have a Professional Learning Community (PLC).

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Ways Reading Can Support Writing Instruction

It isn't easy for educators to teach reading, and it isn't easy for students to learn the skill, either.

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An Asset-Based Approach to Support ELL Success

An asset-based approach to teaching English language learners is about creating a culture where we acknowledge strengths and expect success.

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Q&A: Why Gamifying the Classroom Helps to Motivate All Learners

In a gamified classroom, students compete against themselves and each other in a high-energy environment that motivates them to improve their academic skills.

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Eight Educators Share Their Best Math Lessons

We've all taught some great lessons and we've also all taught some pretty bad ones.

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Making Reading Accessible to All Learners

Principal Jason Stamper of Woodland Middle School in Atlanta, a Title I school with over 1,000 students, shares how they have achieved success.

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Helping Students Build Confidence and a Growth Mindset

Albert Einstein wasn’t able to speak until he was almost four years old and his teachers said he would “never amount to much.”

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16 Educators Share Their Digital Learning Strategies

Districts across the U.S. know the familiar pressure of state assessments.

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Multi-Cultural Education: The Winning Teachers of the ALAS Scholarship Award

Meet the two wonderful educators and winners of ALAS scholarships sponsored by Curriculum Associates.

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