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Learn six strategies that get kids moving, connecting, and building understanding.
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Consider context when learning about historical figures like Harriet Tubman.
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Use exit slips to assess learning.
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We know that learning can be tough — even monotonous — for students when we deliver it in hour-long, highly-structured lessons. It’s not difficult to empathize with our students in this respect, because these marathon lessons typically aren’t very engaging for teachers either. In contrast, it’s the unexpected learning we artfully infuse throughout the school day that has the potential to spark curiosity and keep students excited about learning.

Think about where you can break down a few concepts and sprinkle that learning into the margins. Making this small change will create an opportunity for something wonderful to manifest for you and for your students.

Embrace the unexpected,
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New reflections about how you can apply the learning experience of a five-year-old to your teaching practice.

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Teachers can grow empathy outside of the classroom by reading books with characters who mirror students' unique circumstances, challenges, and experiences.

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