Aiming for Discipline Instead of Punishment

Brain-aligned discipline isn’t compliance-driven or punitive—it’s about supporting students in creating sustainable changes…

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5 Important Questions for Parents to Ask Their Child’s Teachers 1 | 0

Taking an active role in your child’s education can give them a huge leg up in the classroom.

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How Parents Can Take a More Active Role in Their Child's Learning - And How it Makes a Difference

In this post, I will be using “parents” in general terms to refer to those who are in charge of students, which can include…

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4 Tips to Use Student Data for More Productive Parent-Teacher Conferences 1 | 0

Parent-teacher conferences are all about making connections. For parents, they help put a face to the name of the teacher…

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How Teachers Can Introduce and Implement Academic Parent-Teacher Teams in the Classroom 1 | 0

All parents want to see their children succeed, and as an educator, you can help coach parents in the right direction.

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Modeling Assertiveness With Students 1 | 0

Simple role-playing exercises can show students how to stand up for themselves without being unkind to others.

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Teachers Learn Better Together 1 | 0

Teachers learn a lot from each other, so we have a few tips for collaborating more effectively.

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Extending the Silence 2 | 0

Giving students several seconds to think after asking a question—and up to two minutes for some questions—improves their…

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Bringing Wonder Into Mathematics 3 | 0

Creatively combining the Notice Wonder strategy with a numberless word problem helps students see themselves as mathematicians.

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Making Failure Harder Work Than Passing 3 | 0

A rigorous intervention pushes students who might be satisfied with a D to aim higher

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Keeping the Focus on the Positive 2 | 0

Paying attention to what was going well for students led a special education teacher to a strengths-based approach to teaching.

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The Power of Being Seen 2 | 0

How well do you know your students? In a Nevada school, a simple strategy pushes teachers to look beyond the lessons.

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Encouraging a Sense of Gratitude in Students 2 | 0

Activities that foster gratefulness have benefits for students beyond enhancing their social and emotional skills.

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Can There Be Too Much Connectivity Between Parents and Children? 3 | 0

Today's children live in a society of instant connectivity that has created a world of "immediate expectations." This has…

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Nurturing Intrinsic Motivation in Students 3 | 0

Enabling students to experience accomplishments and improvement builds their feeling of competence—a powerful intrinsic…

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Taking Stock of What You’ve Learned 2 | 0

Six tips for thriving throughout the rest of your first year of teaching.

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