Elementary-school special-education teacher Juliana Urtubey is ready to “amplify the brilliance” of students who think and learn differently.
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Community and service are at the heart of Utah’s 2021 Teacher of the Year John Arthur’s teaching philosophy. See how he applies these concepts to training students and recruiting teachers.
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A second-grade teacher shares how she’s combatting learning loss by helping students recognize their potential.
Simple techniques in daily interactions with educators, students and parents can shape a shared respect for critical thinking that’s accessible to all. Here are six techniques to get you started.
A music teacher reflects on the benefits to integrating popular music into her curriculum.
Tactics to help ensure your technology purchases are practical, forward thinking, and keep teaching and learning at the core.
Three tactics for making remote and hybrid learning experiences successful for students.
A STEM Innovator Specialist shares her tips building a teacher community -- and emphasizes its importance.
Alejandro Diasgranados' experiential teaching leads students to be their best.
Educators can achieve more by focus on the flexibility, resilience and gratitude gained during the pandemic rather than the inertia, fear and selfishness that came to light.