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TAGT Legacy Book Talk: Creating Strong Kids Through Writing

Join Dr. James Delisle and Deborah Delisle, authors of the Legacy Book Award-winning Creating Strong Kids Through Writing, as they share their lessons learned from their combined years in the classroom on how social-emotional learning can be embedded into classroom curricula to make a lasting, personal impact on student growth.

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Tips for Addressing Racism in the Classroom

This resource provides 6 steps for educators who are interested in becoming intentionally anti-racist in their classroom. It walks teachers through reflecting and growing, classroom management, lesson ideas, and resources for secondary students. These tips are based off of the on-going trial-and-error journey of Sarah Wiseman, M.Ed.

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Practices for Culturally Responsive Teaching in the Gifted and Talented Classroom

Implementing culturally responsive teaching practices in your classroom can help create a multicultural and inclusive instructional environment.

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Tips for Teachers: Game On: Using Cooperative Board Games to Teach Collaboration

One way to teach gifted and talented students to become better collaborators is for them to play board games that provide them with ungraded, low-risk challenges that require them to work together toward solving a problem.

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Book Study: A Meaningful Mess

A Meaningful Mess helps teachers understand why traditional teaching strategies are no longer working and what they can do to engage and empower this generation of learners. Join Andi McNair for a special book study on this book, sponsored by Prufrock Press.

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An Interview With John Hunter

To John Hunter, unleashing potential is all about relationships: about truly knowing individual students and tying learning to their interests.