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5 tips for getting all your students engaged in learning

Teachers get all kinds of tips on how to make instruction more effective, but what is one sure thing you can do, regardless of content area, to make learning stick? Make the material relatable to students! Get them involved. Engaged students are motivated students. Try these easy steps to help your students feel personally connected to what they're working on and watch their interest come alive. Read More

Bullying and the Silence of Others

Adapted from Recognize, Respond, Report: Preventing and Addressing Bullying of Students with Special Needs, this article is a call to action for school professionals to be more active in protecting students susceptible to bullying. Read More

Bullying prevention starts with the adults

In school campaigns against bullying, one topic that isn't often discussed is the uncomfortable question of bullying by adults. Before taking on bullying among students, consider these 4 crucial steps you can take yourself to ensure you are creating an environment of social acceptance for everyone in your classroom. Read More

Activity: Play Time

Here's a helpful chart on which least-intrusive adaptations early childhood teams should make in certain situations so that young students can most benefit from play time. Read More

TPOT At-A-Glance

To find out if Teaching Pyramid Observation Tool (TPOT) is the right tool for your early childhood program, check out this At-A-Glance sheet. Download now to learn what the tool assesses, who administers it, how long it takes, and more. Read More