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How to be a math teacher, even if you aren’t a “math person”
How to be a math teacher, even if you aren’t a “math person”

To overcome their own math anxiety, teachers don’t need to become math whizzes; they simply need to create an environment where mistakes are okay.

Distance learning and special education during COVID-19
Distance learning and special education during COVID-19

How a Mississippi teacher is reaching -- and teaching -- elementary students with special needs, remotely.

Changing math attitudes, one family at a time
Changing math attitudes, one family at a time

What an experiment with pre-service education students unveiled about math anxiety and how to combat it -- in students, parents and teachers.

4 ways to keep students with IEPs on track
4 ways to keep students with IEPs on track

ips for helping students with individualized education programs avoid falling through the cracks.

Teaching world languages in the virtual classroom
Teaching world languages in the virtual classroom

Tools and ideas to support foreign-language instruction in a remote learning environment.

Dyslexia education in the age of COVID-19
Dyslexia education in the age of COVID-19

These three best practices will help educators teach students with dyslexia amid the current school closures.

Teaching entrepreneurship with Google Cloud during COVID-19
Teaching entrepreneurship with Google Cloud during COVID-19

These Texas students launched businesses amid the pandemic. See how they did it.

How esports can help students grow
How esports can help students grow

A student gamer loses sight of his academic discipline and focus -- esports helps bring him back.

8 ways to make vocabulary instruction more effective
8 ways to make vocabulary instruction more effective

Dread teaching vocabulary? Here’s how to escape the mundane and make it engaging.

The art of civil discussion
The art of civil discussion

Don’t avoid controversial topics in your classroom. Tips for teaching students how to engage in intelligent, constructive discussion.

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