Classroom Instruction

When I first started teaching, my ELA classes had an ongoing discussion throughout the year about reliable sources. We kept an anchor chart with helpful 
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Unlocking Excellence In Overlooked And Underestimated Children By Fully Funding Gifted Education In Arizona    Imagine a child watching her first gymnastics routine and immediately 
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How Not to Lose it Over “Learning Loss”: Four Tips for Taking an Equity-Focused Approach to Student Achievement  I just published a piece in Education 
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The holidays are here! This time of the year is always a bit of a whirlwind for teachers—the semester is ending, report card grades are 
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thinkLaw's CEO, Colin Seale, earned the $20,000 prize in the Education category of the Echoing Green Social Innovation Challenge which will help further our mission of leading a critical thinking revolution.
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School systems concerned with preventing or addressing political speech have at least two challenging questions to consider: (1) what is “speech” in the context of a classroom teacher’s First Amendment rights and (2) what makes speech “political” enough to justify a disciplinary response?
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Message from Colin Seale, thinkLaw’s Founder and CEO I struggle thinking about all the ways students without access, support, and fulfillment of their basic needs 
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  What if a lawyer’s critical thinking skills could be taught ALL children? Even to children in early elementary school?  Students as young as 4 and 
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Distance learning in a pandemic doesn’t change the focus on learning. At a time when educators are typically gearing up for the annual grind of 
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A math teacher warned her students on the first day of school that this year, math will be different:   Bring critical thinking opportunities to 
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