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Helping Students Cope with Post-Election Divisiveness

By Stephanie Filio, M.Ed., author of Responding to Student Trauma: A Toolkit for Schools in Times of Crisis Riddle: What is two words, 12 letters, evokes apocalyptic fears, ensures 1,075 ads a day, creates compulsive opinion sharing between strangers, and … Continue reading

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The 6Cs of Virtual Learning: Part Two (Communication, Check-In, Consistency)

By Richard M. Cash, Ed.D., author of Self-Regulation in the Classroom: Helping Students Learn How to Learn Part of our Cash in on Learning series by Richard M. Cash, Ed.D. Click to read other Cash in on Learning posts. Last … Continue reading

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They/Them: How to Create an Environment Where Personal Pronouns Are Shared and Respected

By Afsaneh Moradian, author of Jamie and Bubbie: A Book About People’s Pronouns Respecting the fact that many people use they/them/their as their personal pronouns does not mean that everyone is accustomed to or in the habit of using the … Continue reading

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Civic Engagement All Year Round: Ideas for Kids and Teens

By Judge Tom Jacobs and Natalie C. Jacobs, J.D., coauthors of Every Vote Matters: The Power of Your Voice, from Student Elections to the Supreme Court Today, American voters cast ballots for a presidential candidate, US Senate and House seats … Continue reading

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Mental Health Televisits for Children & Teens: Everything You Need to Know

By James J. Crist, Ph.D., author of What’s the Big Deal About Addictions? Since the COVID-19 pandemic emerged in the United States in mid-March, most therapists have stopped seeing patients in their offices. Insurance companies allowed therapists to switch to … Continue reading

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