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SEL Essentials: We Need To Be Different: Supporting Students Who Are Dealing with Trauma

When I woke up on August 24, I checked Twitter like I normally do. I scrolled through my news feed and was immediately hit with the disturbing video…

Sep 3, 2020  |  By Peter Brunn & Kristy Rauch
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SEL Essentials: Reimagining our Social and Emotional Learning Priorities

As we prepare for the 2020–21 school year, I’ve been thinking about a refrain from the children’s game hide-and-seek. After counting, the seeker calls out, “Ready or not,…

Aug 25, 2020  |  By Peter Brunn & Kristy Rauch
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Putting Equity at the Center of Distance Learning: Best Practices

“We will do what we always do. We will meet the kids at the door and go from there!” —Amy Lesan, elementary school coordinator, Corvallis School District, Oregon…

Jul 7, 2020  |  By Megan Green
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Whatever it Takes: My Experience Teaching SIPPS Remotely

Back in August our administration launched the school year with an inspirational slogan just as they have done every other year. The 2019–20 school year was deemed our…

Apr 28, 2020  |  By Kelly Shortal
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Collaborative Kids: Developing a Community of Learners

By Stacey Abeyta, Andrea Celio, Rebecca Denny, and Leona Hunt The “stay-at-home” orders and the closures of schools, businesses, restaurants, parks, etc. have turned our lives upside down—upside…

Apr 27, 2020  |  By Stacey Abeyta
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The Virtual Bookmobile: Increasing Book Access and Awareness

Tanny McGregor has a wealth of experience as educator, author, conference speaker and teacher on special assignment for West Clermont Schools in Cincinnati, Ohio. She brings a deep understanding…

Apr 23, 2020  |  By Tanny McGregor
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