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This Week: New Videos - Collaboration for ELLs | Infographics for Change | Fun Improv Activities
See both teacher and student collaboration in action, supporting the learning of ALL students.
 
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Help your students think deeply about contemporary issues through infographics.
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Develop acting skills — and learn life skills — through improvisational activities.
 
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Teaching can be overwhelming. We often perform beyond what’s explicit in our official job descriptions. From managing the classroom, to communicating with parents, to planning, delivering, and differentiating engaging lessons, to assessing student work and providing meaningful feedback — our plates are overflowing. Add on a bit of professional development and collaboration with colleagues, and I’ll bet you probably skip lunch from time to time, too… perhaps to play “catch up” or get just a little out in front of it all.

There’s no denying that teaching comes with its fair share of stress — especially at this time of year. Some may say that this is simply the nature of teaching, but teaching is so much more than a long list of responsibilities. Teachers are partners in learning to students, parents, and administrators. We are fierce advocates for our students and we rise to meet each new challenge a little stronger and wiser than before. We motivate, we inspire, and — if we take the time to play — we can have a ton of fun along the way!

Crystal MoreyCrystal Morey
Josh Kwon
Teacher Laureate at Teaching Channel
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Discover how shared responsibility, collaborative work, and reflection can help you support learning for ELLs.




 
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Help your students learn about their communities and begin to enact positive social change.




 
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How do you incorporate play into your school day or life beyond school? Check out some ideas!




 
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