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Teacher empathy reduces student suspensions, Stanford research shows | Stanford News

When teachers think empathically, and not punitively, about misbehaving students, they cultivate better relationships and help reduce discipline problems, Stanford research shows.

Action cycle: feeling empathy,changes in behavior, undertaking projects, acting on own, collaboratively, modifying to benefit all, lobby action.

Action cycle: feeling empathy,changes in behavior, undertaking projects, acting…

The Crucible Summary | Allegory | The Crucible Characters

The Crucible Summary

Socratic Seminar in the Classroom

Socratic Seminar in the Classroom - I like this. Hmmm, could combine ideas here with Book in an Hour for a different approach too. In our .

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Back to School: Guided Discovery of School Tools. Put in the work at the beginning of the year to teach these procedures and reap the benefits all year long.

The beautiful part of writing.

A quote by Robert Cormier which underlines the beauty of editing our writing: "The beautiful part of writing is that you don't have to get it right the first time, unlike, say, a brain surgeon.

Do You have the Personality To Be an Inquiry-Based Teacher? | MindShift | KQED News

Do You have the Personality To Be an Inquiry-Based Teacher?

If we only knew the stories behind the faces

"Remember: everyone in the classroom has a story that leads to misbehavior or defiance. 9 times out of the story behind the misbehavior won't make you angry. It will break your heart.

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