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    Resources for Teaching the Events and Aftermath of January 6, 2021

    On Wednesday, January 6, 2021, a pro-Trump mob attacked the U.S. Capitol. Teachers around the country are thinking deeply about how to talk with[...]
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    5 Strategies to Bring Back Next Year—Virtually or in the Classroom

    The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many teachers to work harder than ever, adapting instruction in innovative ways to meet the needs of students. Many[...]
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    Distance Learning: 3 Strategies to Spark Student Engagement

    One of the great joys of teaching is a buzzing classroom where students are presenting, collaborating, providing feedback to each other, and asking[...]
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    Distance Learning: 3 Strategies to Build a Positive Classroom Culture

    As thousands of schools around the country have closed their doors to address the coronavirus pandemic, there’s one thing that teachers and students[...]
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    Distance Learning: Reaching Students with Limited Virtual Access

    With the vast majority of U.S. schools closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, many districts have turned to online learning to ensure students[...]
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    3 Blended Learning Strategies to Effectively Personalize Learning

    Blended learning offers an incredible opportunity to dramatically improve student outcomes. However, it’s easy to fall into the trap of using tech[...]
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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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    Meeting the Needs of All Learners: A New Learning Domain

    In our blog post on January 21, we highlighted recent updates to our website. Since then, we’ve been taking a closer look at some of the new elements[...]
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    Blended Classroom Design: A New Learning Domain

    In last week’s blog post, we highlighted updates to our website. Over the next few weeks, we’ll take a closer look at some of the new elements[...]
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    Infusing Student-Centered Literacy Practices into an Established Curriculum

    This is the fifth blog in our Newsela student-centered literacy blog series. You can find the previous installment here and the subsequent, and[...]
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