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This Week’s “Round-Up” Of Useful Posts & Articles On Ed Policy Issues

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Sunday’s New Articles On School Reopenings

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What Is Social-Emotional Learning? –

by Terry Heick What is Social-Emotional Learning? Within the context of public education, Social-Emotional Learning is a kind of recognition and slight re-direction of priority, hierarchy, and a practice that emphasizes the psychological well-being of the student. This approach uses resources, strategies, teaching methods, and curricula that both cultivate and take advantage of both emotions … Read more

How Schools Are Handling Instagram Drama

Instagram has its benefits. Finding new recipes, sharing photos of your events. But it’s also become a place for cyberbullying. Many teens have started setting up fake pages and gossip “tea” accounts. Some of these Instagram drama accounts are downright hateful as they target LGBTQ students or call out “mean teachers.” Teachers and principals in … Read more

My Turn for a Pandemic Panic Attack

Dear WeAreTeachers:Well, it happened. I guess it was my turn to have a panic attack at school, lose it, and have to go home for a few days. It’s hard to pin it down to one single trigger. I think it’s a lot of things after two years of pandemic teaching. I figured I’d be … Read more

Toni Morrison Books for Children and Teens

Chloe Anthony Wofford Morrison, known to the world as Toni Morrison, is one of the most important American writers of all time. Over the course of countless essays, novels, and lesser-known children’s picture books, Morrison became an icon for works that centered on Black people and their experiences. As she put it, “If there’s a … Read more

25 Free Jamboard Ideas and Templates For Teachers

Have you tried Jamboard in your classroom yet? This free online tool is incredibly easy to use, with endless options for any teacher. Google Jamboard makes collaboration easy, no matter where students and teachers are. Here’s the scoop on how it works, plus lots of ideas for using it. What is Google Jamboard? Jamboard is … Read more