Teaching Math Isn't Just About Numbers. It's About Us.

    February is Black History Month. However, educators should not limit their focus onor inclusion of Black voices to just this month. Culturally[...]
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    Juneteenth: Unlearning an Incomplete History of the United States

    For many educators, Juneteenth may not be a familiar holiday. But, like so many American holidays, our recognition of this celebration starts with[...]
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    How the “Social Discipline Window” Helps Create an Empowered Classroom

    Allison Bucklew was selected to be part of the BetterLesson Master Teacher Project on Culturally-Responsive Teaching and Learning (CRTL), sponsored[...]
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    3 Tenets of Culturally Responsive Secondary Literacy Instruction

    Across the country, we have a deep literacy problem: According to the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), in 2019 only 35% of 4th[...]
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    What Do You Mean When You Say "Those Kids Don't Want to Learn"?

    Anyone who has spent time around young children knows how curious and wonder-filled they are. When my son was five, we'd drive around and he would[...]
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    How to Create a Culturally Responsive Learning Environment

    Are you looking for support as you create inclusive learning experiences for your students? Would you like to learn more about how to address[...]
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    Facilitating Effective Family-Teacher Conferences

    I have a confession to make. I am an educator who doesn’t enjoy participating in parent-teacher conferences as a parent. Our son is a sophomore and[...]
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