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Sitting down with Beth & Luz

November 17, 2020 | Nina Portugal

For teachers everywhere our worlds have been turned upside down. We are used to gathering data about what our students know and don’t know yet through listening to conversations, having quick chats before or after class, and even...

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Opening dialog around social injustice

July 2, 2020 | Tammy Williams

Individuals and schools around the world are discussing the atrocities of what happened to George Floyd and Ahmahad Arbery among too many other black and brown bodies. Social Justice is at the forefront of the world.  On a...

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Differentiation from a distance

July 2, 2020 | Elóra Henderson

I logged onto my first Zoom lesson about fifteen minutes early.  Nervous about technology glitches and trying to teach a lesson from a distance, I wanted to make sure everything worked. I tried the screen share...