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From adjusted grading policies to framing learning as a messy process, there are many ways to honor mistakes in the learning process. The post 10 Ways To Honor Mistakes In The Learning Process appeared first on TeachThought.
The nation’s pediatricians have come out with a strong statement in favor of bringing children back to the classroom this fall wherever and whenever they can do so safely. The American Academy of Pediatrics’ guidance “strongly advocates that all policy considerations for the...
When choosing a poetry book for teens, it’s also important to choose poetry that relates to where students are in life or what they care about. The post 25 Of The Best Poetry Books For Teens appeared first on TeachThought.
It is difficult to believe that it has been 13 years since SETDA’s 2008 journey in developing and publishing the Class of 2020: Action Plan for Education. This project included a Student Bill of Rights and a series of white papers (below). At that time, the critical topics that bubbled to the top...
After roles as a gravedigger in a grunge rock musical adaptation of Hamlet and the Wicked Witch’s second-in-command in The Wiz, this spring, due to the spread of COVID-19, high school junior Jack Tartara found himself trying out a brand-new role: quarantined theater kid. When school closed and the...

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