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Making It Work: Teaching the Holocaust During Distance Learning Teacher Education, Teacher Blogs, Social Studies Lesson Plans, Holocaust Memorial, National Mall, Capitol Building, Eternal Flame, Washington Dc, United States

Making It Work: Teaching the Holocaust During Distance Learning

Teaching the Holocaust ought to be consistent with several of our principles of pedagogy: to foster empathy, to encourage inquiry-based learning and critical thinking, and to make the Holocaust relevant to our students.

Back to School Resources to Support Educators in These Unprecedented Times Education For All, Teacher Education, Teacher Blogs, School Resources, Learning Resources, I School, Back To School, Steam Learning, New York Life

Back to School Resources to Support Educators in These Unprecedented Times

Learn how First Book is partnering with local communities and national organizations to bring resources to students and districts in need.

Five Tips for Teaching Controversy in a Remote Classroom Teacher Education, Teacher Blogs, Anti Bullying Programs, Parent Communication, Shared Reading, Classroom Community, Guest Speakers, Classroom Setting

Five Tips for Teaching Controversy in a Remote Classroom

Teaching controversial issues allows students to formulate and express their ideas in a safe setting. Use these 5 tips for teaching controversial issues in a remote classroom.

Educator Voice: New school Year, Unprecedented Challenges Teacher Education, Teacher Blogs, School Teacher, School Fun, The New School, New School Year, Going Back To School, Teacher Shortage, School Reopen

Educator Voice: New school Year, Unprecedented Challenges

Even as most students and teachers have returned to class, some concerns still linger about the safety and efficacy of learning this new school year.

Native Americans Urgently Need Help with Reopening Schools Teacher Education, Teacher Blogs, Native American Tribes, Native Americans, Natural Resources, Public Health, Public School, Spring Break, Schools

Native Americans Urgently Need Help with Reopening Schools

FISE members believe schools must reopen but must do so safely. We must follow available science and public health guidance and the expertise of educators and health practitioners.

Creating a Remote Learning Culture of High Expectations Teacher Education, Teacher Blogs, What Are Vectors, Stock Image Websites, Engage In Learning, Student Motivation, Anti Bullying, Facebook Sign Up, Vector Graphics

Creating a Remote Learning Culture of High Expectations

Check out these 10 tips from Barbara Blackburn about fostering a successful culture of high expectations in the distance learning classroom.

Voting and the Constitution Teacher Education, Teacher Blogs, Literacy Test, Constitution Day, Polling Stations, James Madison, Bill Of Rights, National Association

How Is It Possible the Constitution Does Not Provide the Right to Vote?

Marking the 233rd Anniversary of Constitution Day

All Aboard! Virtual School Is in Session Teacher Education, Teacher Blogs, Professional Development For Teachers, Constitution Day, School Routines, English Language Learners, School Staff, School Building

All Aboard! Virtual School Is in Session

Learn about AFT Share My Lesson's exciting new free professional development webinar series this fall curated specifically for distance learning and civic education.

Mixed Emotions for the First Week of School Teaching Special Education, Special Education Teacher, Teacher Blogs, School Staff, Public School, School Days, Special Ed Teacher, Self Contained Classroom

Mixed Emotions for the First Week of School

Special education teacher Teresa Henderson pens this blog on the difficulties going back to school during COVID-19 and supporting the needs of her students.

Mixed Emotions for the First Week of School Teaching Special Education, Special Education Teacher, Teacher Blogs, School Staff, Public School, School Days, Special Ed Teacher, Self Contained Classroom

Mixed Emotions for the First Week of School

Special education teacher Teresa Henderson pens this blog on the difficulties going back to school during COVID-19 and supporting the needs of her students.

Sepsis Awareness. Use this free, tailored curriculum to promote sepsis prevention and awareness with students. Teacher Education, Teacher Blogs, Sepsis, Curriculum, Student, Reading, Resume Cv, The Reader, Reading Books

Ending Sepsis: It All Starts with an Infection

Sepsis Awareness. Use this free, tailored curriculum to promote sepsis prevention and awareness with students.

Sepsis Awareness. Use this free, tailored curriculum to promote sepsis prevention and awareness with students. Teacher Education, Teacher Blogs, Signs Of Sepsis, Prostate Cancer, Curriculum, Students, Reading, Free, Resume Cv

ENDING SEPSIS: IT ALL STARTS WITH AN INFECTION

Sepsis Awareness. Use this free, tailored curriculum to promote sepsis prevention and awareness with students.

Partnering with Parents and Families During Distance Learning Teacher Education, Teacher Blogs, Buy Computer, Computer Online, Family Engagement, Multiplication For Kids, New Year New You, Parent Communication, Laugh At Yourself

Partnering with Parents and Families During Distance Learning

Veteran educator Barbara R. Blackburn reviews three core family engagement ideas for educators to make deeper connections during distance learning.

Teaching: A Tool to Dismantle Racism My High School, Charlottesville, World Cultures, Machine Learning, Movie Trailers, Mental Illness, Enough Is Enough, Ny Times, Savior

Teaching: A Tool to Dismantle Racism

Sari Beth Rosenberg shares how teaching is a powerful tool to dismantle racism, and how she wields this tool in her classroom and lessons.

Support Staff are the Infrastructure of the World Teacher Education, Teacher Blogs, Physical Education, Schools Around The World, School Bus Driver, Outdoor Classroom, Public Service, Professional Development, Public Health

Support Staff are the Infrastructure of the World

In the United States, 370,000 school and college support staff who belong to the American Federation of Teachers, joined their peers around the world in stepping up to face this public health crisis.

Virtual Learning with Photography: Ways to Amplify Student Voices Teacher Education, Teacher Blogs, Student Voice, Secondary Resources, Human Rights Issues, About Climate Change, Human Connection, First Photograph, Photography Contests

Virtual Learning with Photography: Ways to Amplify Student Voices

Students can enter Global Oneness Project’s new photography contest, "The Artifacts of Our Lives" to win $200. Deadline to apply is October 15, 2020.