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This Edition: The Power of Youth Voice | Wake Up Student Brains | 5 Ways Teacher Leaders Use Storytelling

See how first-person commentaries can be a powerful form of civic engagement for students.
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Watch how incorporating music and movement can engage students and make memorization fun!
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Teacher leaders are the storytellers of a school who can help change the culture.
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Listening to our students is one of the best ways we can improve as practitioners. What works for them in our classes? What doesn’t? How do they best learn? What do they want to learn? When we’re open to hearing their ideas and feedback, not only will our practice improve, so will their learning experiences.

In this edition, find out about the power of youth voice, what happens when students give their teacher feedback four years later, and how singing and dancing may help your students learn their multiplication tables! Listening to our students and incorporating their needs and desires into our classroom makes the learning space better for everyone.

What have your students told you lately?

Crystal MoreyCrystal Morey
Geneviève Debose Akinnagbe
Teacher Laureate at Teaching Channel
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Discover how commentaries can inform, persuade, and build empathy — making them powerful tools for civic engagement and fostering deeper community conversation.

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Sarah Brown Wessling revisits a Tch video with three students who were in it. Now in college, they reflect on what they learned.

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Add these five strategies to your classroom management toolbox to keep your students on task and learning this year.

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