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5 Ways to Create a Positive Classroom Culture with Your Students

By Liz Bergren I saw a tweet recently that stated that the most important thing to do in the beginning of the school year is to establish rules and routines. Soon after that, someone replied asking about establishing relationships and … Continue reading

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Student Engagement and the Power of Connecting

By Stephanie Filio Retaining a student’s attention is only a small part of what educators do to ensure that students are engaged in material. Engagement in learning is a constant cognitive immersion. In environments where this constant immersion is occurring, … Continue reading

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Connecting and Collaborating with Your School and Community: Tips for School Counselors

Part of our Counselor’s Corner series. Click to read other posts in the Counselor’s Corner. As a school counselor, one of the most rewarding aspects of your job can be connecting and collaborating with members of your school and community. … Continue reading

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