Tag: Students

How Mindfulness During Class Can Help Students and Teachers

Mindfulness, an umbrella term for a range of practices, is about observing your emotions and state


Learning by Voting: Students Want the Right to Make a Difference in Real Life

In recent years, students have led climate marches, gun control rallies and walkouts protesting federal immigration


How Encouraging Rough Draft Thinking in Math Class Highlights the Strengths of All Students

You alluded to how speed is often seen as the marker of math success. What are


'I'm Only 1 Person': Teachers Feel Torn Between Their Students And Their Own Kids

We heard these feelings echoed from all over the United States. In places like El Paso,


How Remote Learning's Distractions Put Extra Pressure On Students With ADHD

Even so, working with her own child was tough. “It was a different environment for him,


Why Deaf Students Need Access to ASL Stories During Distance Learning

For Melissa Malzkuhn, the best part of creating storybook apps in American Sign Language and English


Schools Say They Have To Do Better For Students With Disabilities This Fall

Julie Malone, a speech-language pathologist in a San Diego-area school district, says she did her best


Could Year-round School Provide Vulnerable Students with Needed Help?

Nationally, educators and officials have floated one possible solution: year-round school. Under this model, which has


How Culturally Relevant Teaching Can Build Relationships While Students Are Home

Teachers submitted resources and lesson plans relevant to the times and students’ experiences. There were resources


How to Stay Physically, but Not Emotionally, Distant with Kindergarten and Pre-K Students

Facial expressions are an important way of communicating and building relationships, so some early childhood educators