Flash Lessons for Staff Rapport; The Decline of Cursive; Art and Critical Thinking; Principal of a School on the Edge; Tips for Brain-Based Learning |

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March 29, 2017

How one administrator stays connected to the classroom
Brian Kulak

Building Staff Rapport With Flash Lessons

How administrators can stay connected to the classroom—and to students and teachers—by going back to their roots.

A look at the case for and against cursive instruction
Nicki Longoria

What We Lose With the Decline of Cursive

Technology is gradually replacing cursive instruction—but have we taken stock of what we're losing?

Art and literature go hand in hand.

Using Art to Teach Critical Thinking

How one high school English teacher turns art into a tool for developing analytical readers.

A restorative approach for at-risk students
Low Key Pictures

Principal of a School on the Edge

The principal of an alternative school opens up about the challenges and rewards of shepherding at-risk kids to graduation.

Brain-based learning tips for K-12 learners

Six Tips for Brain-Based Learning

Practical tips, a reading list, and other handy resources for implementing brain-based learning across the K-12 spectrum.


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