Today, 51 percent of all students in U.S. public schools are poor. Our public education system is designed to help students achieve a year of academic growth in a school year. For economically disadva... Read More »
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Talk that isn’t “cheap”: How teachers can reduce stress and increase learning potential for introverts
by Dr. Margo Turner I have been reading Cain’s (2013), Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking because my son is an introvert. As an educator and a trainer for educators I ... Read More »
Many of us are familiar with the groundbreaking work done by professors Betty Hart and Todd Risley commonly referred to as the 30 Million Word Gap. Their research followed 42 families for 2 ½ years i... Read More »