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5 Proven Practices that Help Close the Achievement Gap

November 15, 2021 BRANDON CLAYTON

5 Proven Practices that Help Close the Achievement Gap...

The National Education Association defines achievement gaps as “the differences in academic performance between groups of students of different backgrounds.” They expla.........

Why Professional Development Can be Transformational on Learning

October 25, 2021 Jaci Fong

Why Professional Development Can be Transformational on Learning...

Curriculum standards, school district guidelines, and educational technology are constantly evolving. This makes it challenging for educators to keep up with the best p.........

Reducing Cheating in Online Learning

July 6, 2021 Jaci Fong

Reducing Cheating in Online Learning...

Academic honesty is one of the core values of the American educational system. From Pre-K to Ph.D., it’s essential that students, pupils, and learners do their own work.........

Supporting SEL for Non Native Speakers in the Classroom

May 25, 2021 Jaci Fong

Supporting SEL for Non Native Speakers in the Classroom...

Every student brings unique social and emotional challenges into the classroom. As educators, it’s important to be open and receptive to students’ emotional needs. That.........

Growing Your Emotional IQ

April 24, 2021 Jaci Fong

Growing Your Emotional IQ...

Growing Your Emotional IQ

Do you notice when a student is feeling listless, anxious, or depressed? How do you handle on.........

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BRANDON CLAYTON

5 Proven Practices that Help Close the Achievement Gap

The National Education Association defines achievement gaps as “the differences in academic performance between groups of students of different backgrounds.” They explain that groups experiencing achievement gaps include racial and ethnic minorities, English language learners, students with disabilities, and students from low-income families.  The achievement gap is not just a

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Professional Development
Jaci Fong

Why Professional Development Can be Transformational on Learning

Curriculum standards, school district guidelines, and educational technology are constantly evolving. This makes it challenging for educators to keep up with the best practices and the latest trends of the teaching industry. The Problem That’s not all, the nation is currently grappling from a shortage of teachers. According to the

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Professional Development
Jaci Fong

Reducing Cheating in Online Learning

Academic honesty is one of the core values of the American educational system. From Pre-K to Ph.D., it’s essential that students, pupils, and learners do their own work with demonstrated honesty and integrity. Unfortunately, detecting and preventing cheating has become increasingly difficult in the era of online learning.   Thankfully,

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Professional Development
Jaci Fong

Supporting SEL for Non Native Speakers in the Classroom

Every student brings unique social and emotional challenges into the classroom. As educators, it’s important to be open and receptive to students’ emotional needs. That’s especially true when it comes to non-native english speaking students. Because of linguistic, cultural, and social differences, supporting the SEL needs of non-native speakers takes

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Professional Development
Jaci Fong

Growing Your Emotional IQ

Growing Your Emotional IQ Do you notice when a student is feeling listless, anxious, or depressed? How do you handle one group of students picking on another? And how can you make every one of your students feel safe while they’re in your classroom?  These are vital questions to making

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Professional Development
Jaci Fong

Trauma-Informed Skills a Crucial Component of SEL – Especially Now

During the lockdowns of 2020 and 2021, reports of child abuse at hospitals went down. But it turns out that’s not good news. Most experts agree that it’s likely the incidents of child abuse increased as children that were seen in emergency rooms presented more significant and severe injuries. It’s

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Professional Development
Jaci Fong

What Every District and Teacher Must Know About Improving Attendance and Engagement During Remote Learning

One of the biggest challenges teachers face during remote and hybrid learning is student attendance dropping significantly from normal in-school attendance rates. Challenges with student attendance may have been understandable at the onset of the pandemic when students were settling into new, unfamiliar routines. By fall 2020, a majority of

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parent support during remote learning
Professional Development
Jaci Fong

Building Community for Parents: 3 Easy Tips that Will Help You and Your Students

Parents are a vital part of the school community, but many are feeling overwhelmed and even isolated due to distance learning and hybrid models. We came up with some easy strategies teachers can start practicing to help bridge the gaps in communication with parents and inspire a sense of community to support student success.

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Professional Development
Jaci Fong

How to Achieve True Work-Life Balance as a Teacher When You’re “Always On”

Achieving work-life balance has always been a challenge for teachers. The shift to distance learning and hybrid models have only exacerbated the efforts to make work-life balance a reality. From juggling the unprecedented challenges of effective online teaching to ensuring meaningful connections with students during remote learning, teacher self-care is

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