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Working with Your Students’ Parents: Forging Productive Relationships

A guest blog by Dr. Kenneth Shore, author of The Bullying Prevention Book of Lists, A Teacher’s Guide to Working with Parents, and others. Most teachers learn a vital lesson soon after entering the classroom: you are more likely to have success teaching your students if you have a close…Read the full article…

Bullying of LGBT Students: What Schools Need to Know and What They Can Do

Nearly thirty percent of all students in grades 6-12 experience bullying. While that percentage is unacceptably high, it pales in comparison to the percentage of LGBT students who are bullied. According to GLSEN’s School Climate Survey, nearly seventy five percent—fully three quarters of all LGBT students— reported being verbally bullied…Read the full article…

Get Expert Guidance on Using UDL to Implement Florida State Standards

The Every Child Succeeds Act (ESSA), which replaces No Child Left Behind (NCLB) as the federal legislation for K-12 public education, gives states greater responsibility and flexibility to set rigorous academic standards and design high quality assessments that are accessible to all students. The law calls for states to use…Read the full article…

Bullying Prevention Month Strategies and Resources for Teachers, Administrators and Paraprofessionals

October is National Bullying Prevention Month, with 2016 marking the 10th anniversary of this annual campaign against bullying. Over the past 10 years, increased public awareness of the epidemic of bullying in schools and online has given rise to significant developments. In recent years, state after state has adopted bullying…Read the full article…

Inclusive Education Best Practices: Differentiated Instruction [FREE Download]

Does your school provide quality inclusive education? The Inclusive Education Checklist is a new book by Richard Villa and Jacqueline Thousand, that is designed to assist schools, districts, administrators, policy makers, community members and professionals interested in education, as well as parents and youth, assess, develop, and implement inclusive services…Read the full article…

Maurice Elias To Give SEL Keynote at NJ Healthy Schools, Healthy Students Conference

Author Maurice Elias, psychology professor at Rutgers University and director of the school’s Social-Emotional Learning Lab, will give the key-note address at the New Jersey School Health and Climate Coalition’s first Healthy Schools, Healthy Students conference series, “School Climate and Bullying: Where Are We Now? What Do We Need to…Read the full article…

Co-Teaching Fundamentals [Infographic]

Whether you are looking for an intro to co-teaching, or a refresher on some of the basic strategies, this infographic is perfect for you! Get a basic overview of the following 6 co-teaching fundamentals, explained by Marilyn Friend. One Teach, One Observe Station Teaching Parallel Teaching Alternative Teaching Teaming One…Read the full article…

Now Available: The Bullying Prevention Book of Lists, A Comprehensive Resource for Educators

The new book, The Bullying Prevention Book of Lists, by Dr. Kenneth Shore, is an invaluable resource for any administrator, teacher, or school staff member wanting to understand more about bullying and take meaningful steps to respond to and prevent it. It is designed for readers to be able to…Read the full article…

Did You Know? 5 Facts About Bullying [Infographic]

There is not an educator in America today for whom bullying is not a concern and bullying prevention is not a responsibility. In this infographic, we outline the most common types of bullying, as well as identify some hard to believe statistics about bullying in schools. The Bullying Prevention Book…Read the full article…

Co-Teaching and Technology Laminated Guide Resources

The new laminated reference guide Co-Teaching and Technology: Enhancing Communication and Collaboration by Marilyn Friend and Brian Friedlander recommends free and low-cost technology tools that co-teachers can use to improve collaboration, co-planning, differentiation, data collection, instruction, student engagement and more. Readers of the guide will find explanations of the programs and…Read the full article…

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