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Teaching in The Year of COVID: A Reflection

I teach at the largest campus in my town with class sizes as large as 40+ students per period. When I think about what my classes will look like on campus with the current ...

Starting a Rubik’s Cube Club

Are you interested in improving student engagement with your English Language Learner (EL) students? Here’s an idea that I tried at my elementary school that was both fun and ...

Talking to Young Students About George Floyd

I search, “How to talk to kids about police violence.” “Talking to children about racialized violence.” I know experts say children are never too young to talk about race, but ...

The Benefits of Large Print Books

I thought they would be good for students with visual impairments and some of our struggling and striving readers. I had no idea how many regular education students would ...

Engaging Autistic Students with the Arts

The saying goes, “If you’ve met one individual with autism, you’ve met one.” As one person on the Autism spectrum may be highly verbal, another maybe non-verbal. As one may ...