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Excerpted from “Teaching Math to English Learners” by Adrian Mendoza with Tina Beene. Published by Seidlitz Education, 2022. Embracing academic conversations in the math classroom becomes routine when teachers intentionally prepare content-based linguistic...
“I’m so upset with history,” said Mariah Vigil-Gonzales, a 17-year-old junior at Kiowa High School. “I wish we had a time machine.” Other students quickly chimed in, imagining how they could change the events of that long-ago November day. A girl said, “Expose...
Teachers can help by sharing their own path to higher education. Whether they were first-generation students, enrolled directly after high school, got their degree after military service or went back to school after another career, it benefits students to hear...
In a successful strength observation, you will ask questions, expect unconventional answers, and learn about the students’ worlds. Searching for strengths in your students might seem intuitive, but it’s not. Since most of us educators were trained to identify...
More school districts are starting career education early, aiming to widen kids’ horizons – MindShift
“Jobs will continue to evolve,” Dobbins told them. “If you told someone a decade ago that you could have a career as a social media influencer, they wouldn’t have believed you.” Levar Dobbins, a teacher at Piedmont GLOBAL Academy, shows off some student...