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5 Ways to Build a Strong Relationship With Students Affected by Poverty

5 Ways to Build a Strong Relationship With Students Affected by Poverty

To manage the stress of trauma, schools are teaching students how to relax - The Washington Post

To manage the stress of trauma, schools are teaching students how to relax

To manage the stress of trauma, schools are teaching students how to relax - The Washington Post

This fourth-grade teacher doesn’t take away recess or use points to manage the class. Instead she’s built a culture of respect. | Chalkbeat

This fourth-grade teacher doesn’t take away recess or use points to manage the class. Instead she’s built a culture of respect.

Five Ways to Build Your Classroom Community

Five Ways to Build Your Classroom Community

5 Ways to build your classroom community starting today. You will find great team-building strategies that will allow your students to feel safe.

Leading underachieving students in poverty to success involves asking the right questions, finding the leverage points, deploying resources effectively, optimizing time, and sharing data effectively.

Is Your School Asking the Right Questions About Poverty?

Leading underachieving students in poverty to success involves asking the right questions, finding the leverage points, deploying resources effectively, optimizing time, and sharing data effectively.

An exclusive analysis uncovers that students of color in the largest 100 cities in the United States are much more likely to attend schools where most of their peers are poor or low-income.

Students of Color Are Much More Likely to Attend Schools Where Most of Their Peers Are Poor

"The Concentration of Poverty in American Schools" -- Atlantic -- An exclusive analysis uncovers that students of color in the largest 100 cities in the United States are much more likely to attend schools where most of their peers are poor or low-income.

Leading underachieving students in poverty to success involves asking the right questions, finding the leverage points, deploying resources effectively, optimizing time, and sharing data effectively.

Is Your School Asking the Right Questions About Poverty?

Leading underachieving students in poverty to success involves asking the right questions, finding the leverage points, deploying resources effectively, optimizing time, and sharing data effectively.

Last year, Allyn taught a second grade class in a high-poverty school in Saint Petersburg, Florida. The school had been in the papers for poor test results, and it was pushing to change by adding extra time for reading instruction.“We were very strictly monitored how each minute of our day was spent,” said Allyn, who asked me to use only her middle name. “I think we were in the spotlight so much from all the media that they were just super strict about how our day was supposed to go.”

Last year, Allyn taught a second grade class in a high-poverty school in Saint Petersburg, Florida. The school had been in the papers for poor test results, and it was pushing to change by adding extra time for reading instruction.“We were very strictly monitored how each minute of our day was spent,” said Allyn, who asked me to use only her middle name. “I think we were in the spotlight so much from all the media that they were just super strict about how our day was supposed to go.”

5-Minute Film Festival: The Best Education Parodies of 2016 | Edutopia

5-Minute Film Festival: The Best Education Parodies of 2016

Film Festival: Turning Bystanders Into Upstanders Against Bullying

How a Bigger Purpose Can Motivate Students to Learn  | MindShift | KQED News

Psychologists are finding that when students are motivated by a desire to have a positive impact on the world they are more able to plug away at challenging or

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