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Teachers in Rural Places Face Unique Challenges of Secondary Trauma

Teachers in Rural Places Face Unique Challenges of Secondary Trauma

By Ann Schulte & Devon Brenner The last two years have been challenging everywhere, but teachers who work in rural ...
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Why Do We Have to "Sell" SEL?

Why Do We Have to “Sell” SEL?

By Joyce Whitby, originally published in Equity & Access At a recent parent teacher conference a passionate teacher found herself ...
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Discovery Education & Social Impact Partners Offer All Educators New, No-Cost Professional Learning Resources

Discovery Education & Social Impact Partners Offer All Educators New, No-Cost Professional Learning Resources

As school systems nationwide begin to look towards Winter Break, Discovery Education and select social impact partners present curated professional ...
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Difficult Classroom Conversations Begin With...Comics?

Difficult Classroom Conversations Begin With…Comics?

A high school history teacher explains how he uses comics to engage students on challenging and vital topics. By Tim ...
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How to Build a Culture of SEL at a Preschool

How to Build a Culture of SEL at a Preschool

Social-emotional learning starts with smart hiring, and sometimes depends on bunnies By Carmelo Piazza When I meet with parents who ...
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Life is For Service: What Mister Rogers Can Teach Us About Raising Good Neighbors

Life is For Service: What Mister Rogers Can Teach Us About Raising Good Neighbors

By Ryan Rydzewski & Gregg Behr What matters most to the adults who care for kids? Surveys suggest that parents ...
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