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Dear readers, Our blog will be on a brief summer hiatus for the month of July. We’ll be using that...
If you work with students who are learning more than one language, you might have attended our recent coffee chat...
As this challenging school year comes to a close and you think ahead to next year (hopefully after a break!),...
As classrooms become more and more diverse, culturally responsive teaching practices are vital to the success and well-being of every...
Have you been keeping up with our series of coffee chats with the experts? Back this spring due to popular...
Giving students feedback about their behavior is just as important as checking in with them about aspects of their academic...
A good mentor is one of the best resources a new teacher can have during those exciting and challenging first...
What types of scaffolding tools and strategies do you use in your inclusive classroom? These temporary supports—gradually faded and removed...
If you’ve been keeping up with our spring series of free coffee chats with Brookes experts, you might have seen...
Today’s families are increasingly complex and diverse—and as a professional working with young children, you’ll need to gather a solid...
Today we’re pleased to welcome two special guests to the blog: Robin Cunconan-Lahr, an attorney and founder of Innovating for...
With so much at stake, IEP meetings can often feel stressful for everyone involved. But if a meeting is well-planned,...
Getting young children ready for long-term math success requires more than a great preschool or kindergarten teacher. For young children,...
Whether you do it now or in the fall, the transition from online learning back to face-to-face instruction may be...
Storytelling is much more than an art form for budding young writers to master—it’s an invaluable teaching tool for your...
What is culturally responsive teaching? Understood.org defines it as “a research-based approach that makes meaningful connections between what students learn...
Family projects are a great way for early childhood programs to enhance the home-school connection, particularly at a time when...
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is the premier educational framework for making learning accessible to all—and since 2014, Loui Lord...
Death and grief will affect the lives of almost all children at some point—and in the era of COVID-19, more...
In inclusive schools and classrooms, paraprofessionals are incredibly valuable human resources. Students benefit in so many ways from the support...
Positive descriptive feedback is one of the most effective ways to reinforce desired behavior in young children and address behavior...
Because vocabulary is such a critical aspect of language and reading comprehension, effective vocabulary instruction is important for students of...
2020 challenged both educators and families in ways we never anticipated, and we’ll feel its reverberations long after the pandemic...
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