Teachers Support Differentiated Learning Through Professional Development and Collaboration

>>Sometimes, y’all when we’re researching we find out things that we think we knew already might not be exactly true.…

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Social and Emotional Learning in Action

>>Sarah: Basically what I want you to know is what people say to us and how other people treat us…

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A Breakthrough in Social and Emotional Learning

>>Teacher: The swine-flu snake greeting. Morning, Morning, Morning, Morning, Morning.>>Narrator: At Carrithers Middle School, the day begins with goofy games,…

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EDhub: Building a 21st Century Space to Transform Learning

(awning cloth flapping) (cars whooshing) – Seven years ago, the destiny of an Eminence student, it was pretty bleak. We…

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Smart Hearts: Social and Emotional Learning Overview

>>Male Newscaster: The video was posted on MySpace by [inaudible]. This assault occurred in North Babylon, New York. The victim…

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An Introduction to Social and Emotional Learning

>>Teacher: How many of you know a boy or girl here at school who gets picked on and left out…

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Teacher Labs: Making Professional Development Collaborative

>>Teacher: But then it’s also saves more naps. [ laughter ]>>Mark: If we’re learning at our highest potential as teachers,…

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Staying On Task During Project-Based Learning

– Managing a project is something that, like group work, can’t just be accomplished easily. A lot of people think…

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Co-Teaching: A Mentoring Strategy for Preservice Teachers

– So we’re going to have three stations today you guys. Okay, Mr. Kiefer. – Alright, station one with myself,…

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