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Listening Outside the Box

The school break is getting closer, and amidst all the excitement, many of you have gotten in touch with us as you prepare your students to continue their important listening work outside of school.…

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Home for the Holidays

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Funding Help

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Investigations into Journalism

Investigative journalists take deep dives into a specific event or topic. Often, these long term projects become significant reports or books. Journalists spend months and years researching and…

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Celebrating American Indians

Every November, we celebrate the history and stories of Native Americans. Originally supported by Seneca Indian Dr. Arthur Parker, what started as American Indian Day in 1915 has evolved into a whole…

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Listen with Your Hands?

For hundreds of years, medical professionals, scientists, and educators have recognized the impact of physical activity on learning. In modern education, the arguments in favor of recess, physical…

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Funding for Stories

One unfortunate reality of educator life is that funding is limited, and it often takes a little creativity in finding ways to finance the necessary resources for students. We hear your frustrations…

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Spooky Stories

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Behind the Stories

Each year, the United States Library of Congress celebrates books and literacy in a multi-day event called the National Book…

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5 Easy to Implement SEL Strategies for Your Classroom

[The following article was initially published by Teacher Created Materials on 08/30/21. The content is used with permission from Teacher Created Materials.]

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