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Making Introductory Lessons Higher-Level
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conflict and peace, disappointment and success, loyalty and betrayal, fairness and inequity. Through a carefully selected array of picture books, video clips, speeches, and stories that illustrate a theme, you can help students identify and relate to the common...
Cultivating Connections with Diverse Families
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Conflict in the Classroom, we must learn to see and appreciate what our students' families and communities do know and do bring with them rather than focusing on what we perceive they don't know or don't have. To see their strengths, we should first reflect on...
Understanding the Election Process through Math in Middle School
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of conflict, displacement, human crisis such as the refugee emergency and so on. [EasyDNNGallery|1781|Width|200|Height|200|position|right|resizecrop|False|lightbox|True|title|False|description|False|redirection|False|LinkText||]A popular topic in an election year...
Effective Instructional Practices for Diverse Learners
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Conflict in the Classroom, Lisa Delpit tells us that all children should be seen as multi-dimensional beings with a complex array of hopes, dreams, aspirations, skills, knowledge, and needs. Therefore, curricula should be culturally sensitive and strategically...
Outstanding: What Our Students Deserve!
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conflict—as long as the talk, the words and the work drive us forward to help kids. We need to bring outstanding to that work, as well. Unfortunately, what provides the challenge is that some team members are satisfied with just showing up. Their...
Adolescents: Celebrating & Meeting Their Characteristics Every Day
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at conflict with the world as it is and the world as they think/hope/dream it should be. Their “moral thermometers” are still taking shape as they gauge the ethical temperature of a situation; therefore, in their search for justice, they sometimes are quick to...
That Was Then, This Is Now: Gifted in the Middle
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conflict between excellence and equity is not new. Tom Erb's 1997 book, Dilemmas in Talent Development, presented opposing views by Paul George (of National Middle School Association (NMSA)) and Joe Renzulli (of the National Association for Gifted Children...
Using Graphic Novels to Open the Gateway for Struggling Readers
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the conflict between the United States and Mexico about Texas, along with events connected to the war for the independence of Texas. Teachers can use this topic to demonstrate how historical events can have ripple effects. One historical event is inevitably...
The Hidden Benefits of Video Games, Part 2
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conflict, or deal with social issues? According to the General Aggression Model (GAM), the aggressive material in violent media can affect our thoughts, emotions, and arousal. Too much exposure to such content can desensitize how we react to such scenes,...
Kicking Off the AMLE ABCs Blog!
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issue of the ABC Blog by Dru Tomlin focuses on the letter R and helps gear up readers to gear up for more posts that keep us revved up for serving our students in the middle grades tomlin, blog, ABC, Mental Conflict and the Letter R Kicking Off the AMLE ABCs Blog!...
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