Category Archives: Education

Educator Voice: What EduTwitter means to #worldgeochat teachers

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by James Caudill, #worldgeochat co-moderator and social studies teacher, Calhoun, Kentucky   In a recent Saturday Night Live skit called “Game of Game of Thrones,”…read more

Educator Voice: The hard work of softening resistance to trauma-informed teaching

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by Melissa Monzyk, English teacher, Ritenour High School, St. Louis, Missouri   I love teaching at Ritenour High School, a public school with about 1,700…read more

Educator Voice: Want to appreciate teachers? Then put an end to gun violence

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by Hayley Breden, high school social studies teacher, Denver, Colorado   Every May, there are multitudes of inadequate, or just plain insulting, platitudes about Teacher…read more

Teacher Voice: How 3 LA teachers see the strike

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Editor’s note: On Tuesday, Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) and United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA) reached a tentative agreement on issues surrounding the LA teachers’…read more

How to talk with children in the immediate aftermath of a mass shooting

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On Wednesday night, at least 12 people including a sheriff’s deputy were killed in a mass shooting at Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks, Calif.…read more

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