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Amber Chandler
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Preface from SML Lesson Plan Wizard Katie Gould I've had the pleasure to work with Amber Chandler for almost a year now and she never ceases to amaze...
Facing History and Ourselves
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Republished with permission from Facing History and Ourselves . John Carey, professor of government at Dartmouth University, believes that next to...
I truly believe that everyone can become a reader. And although it might sound naive, I think sometimes all it takes is the right book at the right...
National Cyber Security Alliance and ConnectSafely.org
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Internet Safety Month offers the unique opportunity to remind kids with more free time and families gearing up for getaways to STOP.THINK.CONNECT...
April Brown
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It is both a terrible and wonderful time to lead an ethics class. Last fall during the run-up to the presidential election, we had daily reminders of...
Kindred Spirits
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Summer break means summer reading! The two of us – Jess and Tricia - have been comparing lists of books we have “on deck”—meaning they are on the top...
This blog was originally posted on AFT's Schoolhouse Voices on May 16th, 2017 As a longtime Cleveland teacher, I’ve been involved with our school...
Melissa Hughes
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This blog was originally posted on AFT Voices on May 15th, 2017 It was going to be one of the classes where getting anything done was going to be a...
Amber Chandler
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You might not have heard of these “educators,” but trust me when I say I learned more from these deep thinkers than I have from most education...
Amber Chandler
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Most people who know me are aware that I use technology in my classroom, but until this blog, I’ve never talked much about how important I consider...