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Mindfulness in Schools
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Transitioning to Online
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Teacher expertise in subject matter has a big influence on students’ post secondary success, according to a new report.
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8 ways I practiced mindfulness this year
Here's how a middle school teacher decreased her and her students' anxiety and began to think more positively
Teach students to master the foundations of literacy
It’s easy for students to learn something quickly and demonstrate that knowledge, but we want them to be able to hold on to their learning for as long as possible, ideally forever.
Poll: Their Kids Learned Less, But Parents Satisfied With Remote Education
Seventy-two percent of parents report being satisfied with the remote education their students received during prolonged school closures, according to an Education Next survey released Wednesday. Yet, about 75% also believe their children learned less during this period, and an Education Trust-New York report shows that low-income families were less likely than higher-income families to view online learning as a success.
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