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Strategies for Working with Mixed-Age Groups in Early Childhood Education

By Michelle Salcedo, M.Ed., author of Uncover the Roots of Challenging Behavior: Create Responsive Environments Where Young Children Thrive You might have grown up in a city in which you and other children would play in backyards or streets, only … Continue reading

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Reframing Deficit Thinking: How to Change Perceptions for the Better

By Richard M. Cash, Ed.D., author of Self-Regulation in the Classroom: Helping Students Learn How to Learn Many of you know that my work in curriculum and instruction has been to raise the ceiling for all kids. I challenge educators … Continue reading

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Using Group Experiences to Help Young Children Develop Social-Emotional Skills

By Michelle Salcedo, M.Ed., author of Uncover the Roots of Challenging Behavior: Create Responsive Environments Where Young Children Thrive Can you imagine if you were challenged to master a complex cake recipe after having only a conversation with a renowned … Continue reading

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Fostering Confidence to Engage Students in Learning: A Q&A with Dr. Richard Cash

By Richard M. Cash, Ed.D., author of Self-Regulation in the Classroom: Helping Students Learn How to Learn For students to achieve academically, they must have a sense of confidence in themselves and their abilities to perform. Building students’ self-esteem and … Continue reading

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How to Encourage Collaboration in the Classroom

By Shannon Anderson, author of Coasting Casey: A Tale of Busting Boredom in School I don’t remember my teachers assigning a lot of cooperative learning activities when I was younger, but when they did require group projects, I cringed. Somehow, … Continue reading

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