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What You Can Do to Bring Emotional Intelligence Lessons into the Classroom

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13] If you can teach your students how to recognize and regulate their emotions, they’ll be better prepared to focus and reach their potential both inside and outside the classroom. How to Increase Your Classroom’s Emotional Quotient. Emotional Intelligence in Classroom.

A Teacher’s Guide to Toxic Stress in the Classroom

Waterford

Then, discover tactics for spotting and preventing toxic stress in your classroom. More students in your classroom may be suffering from toxic stress than you know. In fact, one-fifth of all children report that they worry a lot.[14] Stress contagion in the classroom?

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Knowing Where We Are Paves the Way for Change: The Impact of Coaching

A Principal's Reflections

Last year alone, I visited over 1000 classrooms and pretty much followed the same process. At the conclusion of each day, I submit a detailed report that contains general commendations and recommendations for growth to each school.

Improve Student Engagement and Learning with Technology Coaching

Digital Promise

Students reported that they enjoyed using technology to transform abstract ideas into something more tangible, and to search for information to help fill gaps in understanding. You go into classrooms, they feel like more comfortable, joyful spaces,” one principal said.

Will election 2020 be the working moms’ moment?

The Hechinger Report

Kids play with blocks in a classroom at Kimball Elementary School during the ample free time provided as part of Washington D.C.’s Photo: Lillian Mongeau/The Hechinger Report. Last year she had a whole pet center [in her classroom] and was playing chef and taking orders.”.

Four things you need to know about the new reading wars

The Hechinger Report

A child reads a book at an elementary school in Mississippi. Kids who read more tend to score higher on reading assessments but research hasn’t been particularly supportive of using classroom time for unstructured, independent reading. Photo: Terrell Clark for The Hechinger Report.

Coronavirus is poised to inflame inequality in schools

The Hechinger Report

If entire K-12 districts move online, what can schools expect of early elementary schoolers? This story about virtual learning and coronavirus was produced by The Hechinger Report , a nonprofit, independent news organization focused on inequality and innovation in education.

More schools are adding pre-K classrooms. But do principals know how to support them?

The Hechinger Report

In San Antonio, Texas, elementary school principals get hands-on coaching and advice from early childhood experts during visits to pre-K classrooms. A 2015 survey found only 20 percent of early-career principals in schools with pre-K classrooms felt “well-versed” in early ed.

How to Effectively Use AR and VR Apps With Young Learners

Edsurge

Looking back just 5 years ago, there were a limited number of immersive technology tools for the classroom. Most of them were intended for entertainment and only the most eager educators ready to embrace augmented and virtual reality were able to make connections to classroom curriculum.

Coronavirus FAQ: Everything Schools and Companies Need and Want to Know

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However, educators should make sure to translate the accommodations they’ve likely already made in the classroom into their distance learning plans, Del Tufo says. Rebecca Koenig (March 16, 2020) Administration and Leadership How is all this being negotiated with teachers unions?

What the research says about the best way to engage parents

The Hechinger Report

Photo: Caralee Adams for The Hechinger Report. Soft instrumental music played in the background as families walked into the gym at Laurene Edmondson Elementary School around 5:30 in the evening. Photo: Caralee Adams for The Hechinger Report.

What parents need to know about the research on how kids learn to read

The Hechinger Report

A student in a Mississippi elementary school reads a book in class. Photo: Terrell Clark for The Hechinger Report. Here’s what parents should look for in their children’s classroom. Anders Rasmussen, principal of Wood Road Elementary School in Ballston Spa, New York.

STUDENT VOICE: Black boys need the guidance and mentorship of black male teachers

The Hechinger Report

A positive snowball effect of representation in classrooms will also increase the number of black boys who aspire to become teachers, aiding generations to come. The post STUDENT VOICE: Black boys need the guidance and mentorship of black male teachers appeared first on The Hechinger Report.

Labeling kids with mild disabilities can backfire, study finds

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Jill Barshay/The Hechinger Report. Those who were diagnosed with ADHD during those early elementary years subsequently received lower behavioral ratings from teachers in fifth grade than similar children who were undiagnosed.

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Why aren’t more school counselors trained in helping students apply to college?

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Photo: Yunuen Bonaparte for The Hechinger Report. Photo: Yunuen Bonaparte for The Hechinger Report. High school counselors also study alongside middle school and elementary counselors for whom college and career planning is less of a priority.

Can hands-on career and tech programs go online during school shutdowns?

The Hechinger Report

Credit: Oliver Parini for The Hechinger Report. Jordan Chesek, an elementary education major at Roger Williams University, in Rhode Island, had been spending two hours a week in a kindergarten classroom as part of a student teaching requirement.

Why a high-performing district is changing everything with competency-based learning

The Hechinger Report

Avery Bencal is a fourth grader at Winthrop Elementary School in Melrose, Massachusetts. Her teacher has embraced competency-based learning, which asks students to take more control in the classroom. Photo: Tara García Mathewson/The Hechinger Report.

She gave up on public schools that rejected her bold ideas a decade ago. Now she’s back.

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Teachers in Lowell have studied new science topics to bring into their classroom and how to introduce these topics with new projects. appeared first on The Hechinger Report. Sign up for the Future of Learning newsletter. Choose as many newsletters as you like. Weekly Update.

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Home Visits Are Effective. Here’s Why They Still Make Some Teachers Uneasy.

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In the past few years, her concerns about staff safety during home visits have increased as she has heard more reports of violent crime in the rural county. None experienced violence during home visits, though some reported that catcalls or other small acts of intimidation were common.

With more students demanding action on climate change, teachers try to keep up

The Hechinger Report

Noah Canton teaches 6th, 7th and 8th grade science at Hillcrest Elementary in Oakland, California. Caroline Preston is an editor at the Hechinger Report. The post With more students demanding action on climate change, teachers try to keep up appeared first on The Hechinger Report.

Challenging the tried-and-true, to serve a younger generation of students

The Hechinger Report

The Hechinger Report is collaborating with The New York Times to produce Bulletin Board, page 2 of the Times ’ s education supplement, Learning. Biochemistry can be elementary. billion in 2018 as technology-driven change increases the demand for more flexible classroom space.

‘You can’t help but to wonder’: Crumbling schools, less money, and dismal outcomes in the county that was supposed to change everything for black children in the South

The Hechinger Report

Photo: Rory Doyle for The Hechinger Report. Warm classrooms in the 60-year-old building would smell like urine, her co-workers told her. Rand recognized the classroom sets of literature books she studied from as a senior. Photo: Rory Doyle for The Hechinger Report.

Making Is Great Because It’s Chaotic. But Not Everyone Is Looking for Chaos.

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By “messy,” Kwan means two things: both the appearance of the classroom and the style of inquiry and learning that students must adopt in order to thrive during making lessons. “If “Messy.” That’s the first word that Anna Kwan, a K-5 STEM teacher at a public school in Aurora, Colo.,

STUDENT VOICE: Don’t call me ‘Indian’ — A line of strong Ojibwe women inspired my journey to college

The Hechinger Report

Whether it was from elementary school teachers, elderly white neighbors or history textbooks, the label has always defined me. People at Yale reflexively designate me and other Native people as “Indians” in classroom settings as well as in casual conversations: during the first week of my freshman year, I talked to a senior who wanted to know which “Indian tribe” I belonged to. My mother’s side of the family never immigrated to North America — they’ve always been here.

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The ultimate guide to Bloom’s Taxonomy

Linways Technologies

education like what we see in classrooms focuses on the cognitive. elementary modules to draw connections between ideas and utilize. Projects, practical lab sessions, classroom activities. Break down knowledge into it’s elementary modules to draw connections. reports, etc.

What We Learned About the Challenges and Commitment of Early Childhood Educators

Edsurge

Teachers lamented how uprooting children from their classrooms or redistributing staff when a teacher was absent or a position was vacant detracted from learning. Several teachers reported their colleagues bolting for better-paid preschool or kindergarten roles within the public school system.

This College Program Wants to Help Schools Use Technology With Intention

Edsurge

schools accessing high-speed broadband, and devices all but ubiquitous in the classroom, the question is no longer whether teachers and students are using technology, but how. Teachers themselves report a lack of confidence using technology tools in the classroom.

The Secret to Chromebook Management for Schools

Vizor

Schools are focusing on management within a classroom, which is also important, but not enough. This takes place outside the classroom. However, some elementary schools prefer that homeroom teachers hand out the Chromebooks in class.

‘We’re stronger than we’ve ever been’: A Mississippi district shows that integrated schools pay off

The Hechinger Report

million and house fine arts classrooms and a practice gymnasium. Pearl High School Principal Chris Chism stands outside a technology classroom during a Friday morning homeroom period in Pearl, Mississippi.

4 Steps to Building a Great Customer Experience in Your School

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Similarly, in the 2019 State of K-12 Customer Experience Report from K12 Insight , researchers found that building trust is the most important foundation for a successful community relationship. Anna Salone has spent time as a classroom teacher at the elementary school level.

How play is making a comeback in Kindergarten

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Photo: Jackie Mader/The Hechinger Report. On a sunny winter morning in Sara Stevens’ kindergarten classroom at Pathfinder Kindergarten Center, 5- and 6-year olds spread out across the classroom learning about colors, shapes, engineering and design.

Making every lesson a STEM lesson

The Hechinger Report

The Hechinger Report is a national nonprofit newsroom that reports on one topic: education. Walk into any K-5 classroom in Illinois’ Rockford Public Schools and there’s one thing you’re guaranteed to see: kids playing with Legos.

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STUDENT VOICE: Growing up Buddhist in Kentucky

The Hechinger Report

And while I now know that most of the people around me are mature enough (or don’t really care enough) not to treat me differently because of my religion, from kindergarten to almost the end of elementary school, it was something that I was scared to tell others.

Privilege for the poor: Farming giant gives back — to its workers children

The Hechinger Report

But, like many charter schools, the Wonderful Schools are fixated on college, with banners for the University of Florida and Harvard waving in the halls and classrooms, and a rigorous curriculum meant to prepare students to get there. Photo: Alfonso Serrano for The Hechinger Report.

How More Teachers are Being Trained in the Science of Reading

MindShift

Hannah Hughes is playing a game with a group of second graders at Johnson Elementary School in Kingsport, Tennessee, who are still working on their reading skills. And a new report suggests that her students’ future reading success might rely, in part, to that training. .