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“Stories Will Help You Understand Yourself”: An Interview About Censorship with Kate Messner

Award-winning middle grade author Kate Messner talks with us about censorship, why tough books matter, & how young (and old!

This memoir of a young widow's quest to transform urban education by establishing the groundbreaking Harlem Village Academies will inspire readers everywhere.

Born to Rise

Born to Rise: A Story of Children and Teachers Reaching Their Highest Potential

“Human beings have been recording their knowledge in book form for more than 5,000 years. That means that whatever you’re working on right now, whatever problem you’re struggling with, is probably addressed in some book somewhere by someone a lot smarter than you. Save yourself the trouble of learning from trial and error–find that point. Benefit from that perspective.” —Ryan ... Read More

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By incorporating facts, novelty, examples, analogies, and emotion; and cycling content, telling content-related stories, and making lessons multisensory, we can make learning easier for our students.

The Teacher Curse No One Wants to Talk About

Be Wildly and Unabashedly Different - 25 Things You Should Know About Becoming a Teacher

My cohort graduates today. I want them to be wildly and unabashedly different. So, here's a reflection and a sketch-video I made for them.

Promoting a Growth Mindset — The Learner's Way

Promoting a Growth Mindset

Bestseller books online Mindset: The New Psychology of Success Carol Dweck

Teach Junkie - 42 Free Fonts for Teachers {Goodie Bag}

42 Free Fonts for Teachers

Teach Junkie - 42 Free Fonts for Teachers {Goodie Bag} I know I've pinned a lot of these, but these are all categorized.

Books that changed my teaching - two books that helped me grow as a teacher.

Books That Changed My Teaching

Books that changed my teaching? Looking outside the education world helped me shape my classroom.

perfectionism causes anxiety ... A spill. A smear. A smudge. A tear. When you think you have made a mistake (and what kid or grown-up hasn't?), think of it as an opportunity to make something beautiful.

Barney Saltzberg A life lesson that all parents want their children to learn: It’s OK to make a mistake. In fact, hooray for mistakes! A mistake is an adventure in creativity, a portal.

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12 Characteristics Of A Horrible Boss [Infographic]

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