Creative Tools for Teachers: Discover the Adobe Education Exchange

    You may know Adobe for their industry-leading graphics and photography editing tools, but did you know that they also offer a wide range of other[...]
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    Adapt These Creative Strategies for Your Own Classroom Use: A Step-by-Step Guide

    How can you infuse creativity into your classroom? Working with technology doesn’t have to be confusing. If you’re using the right tools, you can[...]
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    5 Strategies to Increase Student Motivation

    As we wrap up another school year, teachers often note a marked decline in student motivation as the weather warms and the promise of summer fun[...]
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    15+ Strategies to Help With Student Accountability

    Education has shifted; although many schools are back to teaching in person, educators know that components of hybrid and virtual learning are here[...]
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    Try-Measure-Learn: The Coaching Process in Action

    In my work as a coach, I have the privilege of working with teachers at all stages of their career and at all levels of practice. While I am of the[...]
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    Talking About Difficult Topics in the News: Instructional Supports for Discussing the War in Ukraine

    As the news of the crisis in Ukraine reaches us, we know that this news may be challenging for teachers and students alike. As classrooms navigate[...]
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    Competency-Based Learning: How to Build a Culture of Self-Assessment (and Get Students On Board)

    When I coach teachers and leaders and we come to the phrase “self-assessment,” I often get some pushback. “Students won’t be able to self-assess[...]
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    Facing Your Inner Obstacle: Taking the First Step Toward Trying Something New In Your Classroom

    During my first coaching session with Chrissy, a special education teacher, she told me her big idea: to create empowerment binders for her students.[...]
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    Setting the Stage for Self-Awareness and Self-Management: 8 Keys to Making Reflection and Growth Part of Your Classroom Culture

    Self-awareness and self-management are key components of social-emotional learning (SEL). But how can we cultivate them in our classrooms? What are[...]
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    Striving For Excellence: Why We Chose Coaching with BetterLesson

    At the Yeshivah of Flatbush, just as we believe in empowering students, we also believe in empowering teachers. Teachers should be able to select[...]
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