Tag: Students

Student making choices

While the Adopt-a-Counselor model has existed in some form since the school’s founding in 1971, LaPlante

For Some Black Students, Remote Learning Has Offered A Chance To Thrive

His mom says there are fewer distractions, he can work independently and it’s been easier for

How Some Mistakes Can be Generative for Teachers and Students Alike

Mistakes are not the only things that vary. The impact changes too. “It’s not just that

More Counselors, Summer School And Other Bold Ideas To Help Students Catch Up

“The data on the amount of unfinished instruction that students will have from school closures is

Home Visits, Deliveries and Care Can Help Students Who've Disappeared From Online Learning

Doyen says after just a few weeks of classes this fall, the school saw that dozens

Fair and Factual: How to Navigate Important Political Discussions with Students

There is a longstanding principle that public school teachers, as representatives of the state, must not

How Difficult ‘Day After’ Discussions with Students Can Help Them Process the Present and Prepare for the Future

Cox can rattle off from memory nearly a dozen of these tearful mornings, starting with the

A Quiet And 'Unsettling' Pandemic Toll: Students Who've Fallen Off The Grid

“They find ways to disappear when they don’t want to be found,” says Karen Smith, who

How Historically Responsive Literacy Can Make Learning More Relevant to Students

But teachers Dominique Herard and Suzie McGlone say they have been teaching students this way for

'Every Kid is Motivated': Action-oriented Ideas to Revive Students' Curiosity

Connections to peers and teachers in particular creates a sense of safety and empowerment for students,