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Is It Working in Your Middle School?

The following is an excerpt from the newly released book titled Is It Working in Your Middle School? I highly encourage any middle level educator to access the book and use it as tool for ensuring the success of any...
Author: Nikki Woodson
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Topics: Leadership

Classroom Tech for Learning Checks

In its keys for educating young adolescents, AMLE calls for educators to use a variety of assessments in an effort to both advance and measure student learning. Daily, teachers are using assessment to guide...
Author: Kristie Smith, Kristina N. Falbe
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Doing What's Best for Students

What's best for students? I hear this question repeatedly in schools, yet day-to-day responsibilities often seems to get in the way of answering and fulfilling this promise. Best practices tell us that the more...
Author: Liz James
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Topics: Teaching
Creating Makers, Not Spaces

Creating Makers, Not Spaces

Move the desks out of the way, pull up a piece of rug, and invent something using the engineering process and leftover parts. Just like anything else, the Internet provides a plethora of ideas to define and design...
Author: Frank Pileiro, Frank Rudnesky, Peter Davis
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Helping Students Become a Better Version of Themselves

Helping Students Become a Better Version of Themselves

As a family and consumer science teacher at the middle school level, the Lead2Feed Student Leadership Program lessons seem to blend seamlessly into my curriculum. Some of the major units of family and consumer...
Author: Allison Silverman
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How Middle Level Students Were Inspired to Give Back

How Middle Level Students Were Inspired to Give Back

Some start because of something they saw on TV. Others are moved by the challenge facing a loved one, or one they're facing themselves. Over the past 21 years, The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards has heard...
Author: The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards
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Five Education Strategies to Reach the "Touchscreen" Generation

Five Education Strategies to Reach the "Touchscreen" Generation

Just when you thought you understood the "Touch Screen Generation" today, they get even younger on you. In a recent publication of the Journal, Pediatrics, researchers found "almost universal exposure" to tablets and...
Author: Tim Elmore
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Topics: Teaching

The Nation's Largest Civic Education Project

The nation's oldest, largest, and most successful voter education project

You're invited to participate in the National Student/Parent Mock Election, the nation's largest civic education project, and the world's largest national mock election. And it's entirely free. Since 1980, more than...
Author: Gloria Kirshner
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Topics: Teaching
Enhancing the Social and Psychological Development of Young Adolescents

Enhancing the Social and Psychological Development of Young Adolescents

Addressing the social and psychological development of young adolescents is critical.

How are you addressing the social and psychological development of your middle grades students? The No Child Left Behind (NCLB) legislation caused many schools to place an enormous emphasis on promoting academic...
Author: David E. Bartz
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Things Learned—or Affirmed—as a Middle School Mom

Things Learned—or Affirmed—as a Middle School Mom

Confessions of a former middle school principal.

As a life-long middle school advocate, I have always known and valued my students as their teacher and school leader, but recently I became a middle school mom. As a parent, many of my beliefs about doing what is...
Author: Kate M. Cassada
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Topics: Inspiration
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