Guesstimating Homework; The Effectiveness of Mindfulness; Oracy in the Classroom; Measuring Social-Emotional Learning |

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February 22, 2017

How inaccuracies in estimating homework time harm our students

The Risks of Guesstimating Homework Time

Studies show that homework is ineffective beyond a certain amount per night.



The benefits of a weekly habits of success class and more

13 Powerful SEL Activities

Build social and emotional skills into any class.



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The research in support of mindfulness practices

Mindfulness Is All the Rage, But Does It Work?

The research shows that mindfulness reduces student stress and even improves academic outcomes.



Unlock your students' potential with public speaking.

Oracy in the Classroom: Strategies for Effective Talk

School 21 develops confident students who can articulate their thoughts and learning with strategies like discussion guidelines and roles and structured talk tasks.



Tips for measuring social-emotional learning

How Do We Measure Social-Emotional Learning?

How—and why—we should measure social-emotional learning outcomes, and a downloadable guide for doing so.



The Edutopia video library is now free to stream.

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Why we should look for the source of student misbehavior

Challenging Student Behavior: Moving From the Boot to the Root

Rather than conclude that challenging students are naughty and unmotivated, let's look for the why behind their behavior.





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