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What Does It Really Mean to Give Grace?

Adjusting to the Not So "New Normal" with Grace in 2021

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Leading Successfully Means Leading as Who You Are

Changes to Make for Yourself and Your School Community as We Enter 2021

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Open Up Resources 6–8 Math Teacher of the Month: Edina Martinovic

Edina Martinovic, a 6th and 7th-grade teacher at Dr. Bessie Rhodes School of Global Studies in District 65 (IL), has been named the Open....

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Open Up Resources 6–8 Math Teacher of the Month: Michael Carden

Michael Carden, an 8th-grade teacher at UP Academy Dorchester in Boston Public Schools (MA), has been named the Open Up Resources 6–8....

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Be Thankful Without Being Hurtful

Teaching Thanksgiving Responsibly This Year

I remember learning about the first Thanksgiving in school. Half of the kids in my classroom....

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Open Up Resources 6–8 Math Teacher of the Month: Hannah Fulp

Hannah Fulp, a 7th-grade teacher at Southeastern Randolph Middle School in Randolph County Schools (NC), has been named the Open Up....

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How to Keep Students Motivated

I am a huge believer that a student’s intrinsic motivation comes from building and fostering a community-centered classroom. While this....

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Teaching and Learning in a Racial Pandemic

Pictured here is what remains of a language dive that fourth grade students (who are now fifth graders) and I completed on March 13,....

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Open Up Resources 6–8 Math Teacher of the Month: Allison Finch

Allison Finch, a 6th-grade teacher at Jamestown Middle School in Guilford County Public Schools (NC), has been named the Open Up....

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Resources to Support Equity & Anti-racism in Schools

In July and August, Open Up Resources hosted educators for a 3-week virtual series titled "Does Your School Have an Anti-racism Plan?"....

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