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How to Foster Collaboration in the Classroom


Featuring Dr. Courtney Koestler, Director of the OHIO Center for Equity in Mathematics and Science

Today’s Highlight: Courtney Koestler


By Tim Needles, Art Teacher

The advantage of collaborating is that it can teach students elements of our curriculum and how to collaborate with others along with a blend of added social, interpersonal, and cultural learning.


Research and Strategies for Equitable Outcomes

What Does Mathematical Discourse Look Like?


By Kyla Haimovitz and David Yeager

“I’m not afraid of storms, for I’m learning how to sail my ship.”

— Louisa May Alcott

Why does growth mindset matter?


By Timothy Shanahan, Jan Hasbrouck, Douglas Fisher, Erica Michaelson, Mary Eisele, and Daniela Perelli


Stacey Carter-Lane, Spanish Teacher

I focused on making sure students learned something new each day. I worried less about whether I…


By Dr. Lanette Trowery, Sr. Director of Learning at McGraw Hill School and Margaret Bowman, Academic Designer at McGraw Hill School

Helpful video from the Smithsonian Institute on Metacognition in the classroom

How do metacognitive strategies help students learn?


Dr. Heather Vrana, Associate Professor of History at the University of Florida

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