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Advice & Support

What to Say to an Angry Parent

It's something an angry parent doesn't expect you to say. See how - and why -  it can work for you. 


Advice & Support

Showcasing Student Work

By Edward Graham

Simple tips to share your students' outstanding work beyond the classroom walls to a global audience! 


For New Teachers

Closing the Culture Gap

by Tim Walker, NEA Sr. Writer/Editor

Find out why culturally sensitive teaching may be the most important skill for your future career.


Works4Me

The Play’s the Thing…That Will Keep Students Interested

Nadine Pierce, Kingsland, Georgia

Set the stage to keep students engaged in their learning and combat the post-standardized testing slump. 

Connect with Your Peers

Students Making Excuses

Pat says, “When I tell a student to stop talking, he will reply, "I'm not the only one talking". How do I respond to this student? ”

Kate Ortiz says, “It is helpful to make sure that your expectations are clear and students know when they are and aren't supposed to be talking. This clarity needs to include what you consider to be appropriate volume in different situations and what individual volume should sound like during group work.…”

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What to Expect in 2015

Saad Alam, CEO of edtech company Citelighter, shares lessons learned from helping over 3,000 schools adopt new technology.

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