This blog post is part of a series profiling educators’ experiences teaching throughout the 2020-2021 school year. Hear from 1st-grade teacher Michelle Webb and intervention specialist Pamela Kral. As a…
Students can be powerful advocates for change. To help your students feel empowered to use their own voices, check out these 10 Teach for Justice resources that help promote civic engagement and student voice.
Learn about new features available in Easel by TpT for creating interactive digital activities, including the ability to view students’ in-progress work and to add images to Easel Activities!
Use these teaching resources and activities to connect elementary, middle, and high school students’ with the strategies they need to cope with and manage tough emotions.
With input from autism teaching experts, here’s a list of 5 things that you can do to support the varying needs of students with autism in your classroom.