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September 24, 2014

The Goldilocks' Principle: Meeting the Needs of Special Education Students

Do special education students suffer from our lower expectations or from a state's expectations that may be too high? Only Goldilocks' knows.

September 19, 2014

Principals: 5 Ways to Create a More Inclusive School Climate

School climate is super important to increasing student academic growth. Here are five easy steps for school leaders to achieve a better climate.

September 11, 2014

Teachers & Leaders: Is Your Behavior Worthy of a Lunchbox?

In today's guest blog, Russell Quaglia and Lisa Kinnaman reflect on metal lunchboxes and superheroes, and ask whether our actions as teachers and leaders would put us on the cover.

September 02, 2014

Want Students to Ask for Help? Talk to Parents.

Parents' school experiences can shape students' ways and willingness to ask for help.

August 20, 2014

Language Skills Can Shape Children's Impulse Control, Research Says

Can limited vocabulary silence the better angels of students' nature? New research suggests poor speech skills may cause later behavior problems.

August 10, 2014

Can Schools Respect Individuality Without Cultivating Narcissism in Students?

A researcher in narcissism argues self-esteem boosting efforts in schools may have increased tolerance but reduced empathy in students.

July 31, 2014

Who Needs Feedback Anyway?

Feedback is a strategy that is important in the growth of teachers, leaders and students, but very often praise is what is provided when feedback should be.

July 27, 2014

Would Your Students Come to School If They Didn't Have to?

At the Visible Learning International Conference, school leader Sarah Martin posed the question Would your students show up to school if they didn't have to? In our present system...I'm not sure they would.

June 25, 2014

Gratitude Lessons May Help Students with Social, Academic Issues, Study Says

Grateful students are more likely to form positive relationships that can help them face academic and social hurdles, researchers found.

June 03, 2014

What Kind of Mind Trainer Are You?

In today's guest blog, Professor Guy Claxton asks teachers what kind of "Mind Trainer" they want to be with their students?

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