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4 Ways Educators Can Address Race with Students
Dr. Tyrone Howard shares insights for educators on leading difficult race-related discussions in the classroom.
Dr. Tyrone C. Howard
Professor, UCLA; Senior Fellow, ICLE; HMH Learning Sciences & Research Advisory Board
June 11, 2020
The Value of Professional Communities for Teachers: Reflecting on Model Schools
Attending conferences can be an invaluable resource in a teacher's toolkit, presenting new opportunities to build relationships and expand a professional learning network.
Erika Gilbert
Math AIS Teacher, Gillette Road Middle School
Cynthia Ciesla
5th and 6th Grade AIS Reading and Math Teacher, Gillette Road Middle School
October 01, 2019
Professional Development is Not One-Size-Fits-All
Fifth grade teacher Brittany Mamphey reflects on professional development for teachers and offers tips for how PD can become more meaningful.
Brittany Mamphey, M.Ed.
Fifth Grade Teacher, North Elementary School
May 16, 2019
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