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You're likely working as hard as you can to teach in this unfamiliar, virtual environment and feel that you 'can't possibly add one more thing.' For many educators, differentiation can seem like 'one more thing,' when actually it just means…
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share by Email Curriculum advisers hand-picked by the Alberta government are recommending seven- and eight-year-olds learn about feudalism, Chinese dynasties and Homer's Odyssey in social studies classes.
George Lucas Educational Foundation
– Oct 20, 12:00 PM
Educators this year are faced with a multitude of decisions and reflexive reactions as schools and communities try to create the safest plans for the return to school, and the chronic unpredictability of this situation wears on our nervous systems.
To feel safe and to feel seen. To feel valued and capable of growth. These are simple concepts—basic pillars of student achievement and the results of good pedagogy. For many queer students these rights remain out of reach. But LGBTQ…