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How to Teach Empathy

2020-04-17T09:07:02-04:00

Sometimes, it might seem like we live in a world that lacks empathy. If you’re a high school or middle school teacher, you may have noticed that teenagers and young adults are especially susceptible. It’s normal for teens to be self-focused. They’re growing into adults, [...]

How to Teach Empathy2020-04-17T09:07:02-04:00

What Intervention Looks Like, Remotely

2020-04-17T09:04:36-04:00

You sit at a table with your colleagues after school and review the data, identifying what type of interventions the students in your group need. You identify the types of support they need, how that support will be administered, and think about how to provide enrichment, too. A plan in [...]

What Intervention Looks Like, Remotely2020-04-17T09:04:36-04:00

Helping Students Cope with a Global Crisis

2020-04-17T09:05:53-04:00

Right now the present and the future are both scary. They’re scary for parents and teachers, for the scientists, healthcare workers and volunteers, for the government officials and the people in charge. By now the phrase “we’re building the plane as we’re flying it” has become a pretty common one. [...]

Helping Students Cope with a Global Crisis2020-04-17T09:05:53-04:00