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Past articles by McGraw-Hill:

Social and Emotional Learning Isn’t a Trend, and We Can’t Treat It Like One

Society is stressful enough for today’s youth. Added pressure from peers, social media, family, and school itself only intensifies the myriad of emotional realities our young people face on a regular… → Read More

Using Formative Assessment to Uncover How Students Think About Science

Formative assessment — the process of collecting evidence about student thinking to inform instruction and provide feedback to students — is a keystone to best practices in K–12 science education. It… → Read More

Reviving Your AP Lit & Lang Courses

Bringing Relevance to AP, by AP Teacher Dr. Steve Kucinski → Read More

4 Strategies to Bring Gender Equity to the Science Classroom

Education stakeholders, including teachers, district leaders, parents, and community members, largely share in their concerns about addressing the gender-based inequities surrounding science… → Read More

6 Ways To Celebrate Women’s History Month from 6 Female Teachers

As I began writing this post, I started thinking of things I had done in the past to celebrate women. The more I thought about it, the more I realized that most of the amazing ideas I have used in… → Read More

Teachers, Your Teen Students Need to Talk About Mental Health

Educators and researchers agree that social and emotional (SEL) supports should be embedded into curriculum far beyond elementary school. Middle and high school students need robust SEL instruction… → Read More

Boosting Math Achievement with Game-Based Learning – Inspired Ideas –

Schools are under pressure to lift educational performance and graduation rates for all students, meaning every student needs to have access to the resources and educational rigor they need —… → Read More

Behind the Cube: Renata Ruiz – Inspired Ideas –

Every one of our team members has a story to tell, and each of them brings a unique set of skills and passions to the table that enable us to collectively empower learners in innovative ways. Many of… → Read More

Raising Achievement for English Learners

In 2014–15, there were more than 4.8 million English Learners (EL) in the United States. The population of ELs across the country is growing rapidly and effective instruction that meets the specific… → Read More

5 Short Videos to Use in the Classroom Today – Inspired Ideas –

Audio and video resources are valuable tools for boosting student engagement in any classroom. When paired with a robust lesson, they can be helpful in making complex concepts more tangible, for… → Read More

Meet the Former Educators on Our Team – Inspired Ideas –

Many of our team members have extensive experience in the classroom, as teachers or district leaders, and they now lend their expertise and insights to the work we do here every day. Having that… → Read More

Social and Emotional Learning is for Teachers, Too – Inspired Ideas –

Emerging Research Shows that Teachers (and Students) Would Benefit from a Focus on Teacher SEL Competencies → Read More

A Research-Based Approach to Math Fact Fluency (That Also Promotes A Love of Mathematics!)

PreK-12 math teachers often rely upon worksheets and timed drills to develop math fact fluency in students. While research on the effectiveness of worksheets and timed drills varies, some research… → Read More

Set Your New Year’s Resolution for Teaching – Inspired Ideas –

As we enter the second half of the academic year and begin a new calendar year, it’s the perfect time to set a professional goal for 2019. There are a variety of approaches to take in setting a new… → Read More

Our Best Education Stories of 2018 – Inspired Ideas –

As 2018 comes to a close, we’re reflecting on our best posts from the year. We’ve discussed social and emotional learning, equity and access, purposeful technology, culturally responsive teaching… → Read More

4 Ways to Strive for Equity and Access in Your District

For many districts, conversations about equity and access have evolved beyond believing in and convincing others of the importance of equity. For the districts who have succeeded in prioritizing… → Read More

The State of Social and Emotional Learning in Schools

What’s Important to Teachers and Parents, and What’s Next for SEL? → Read More

Empower Teachers as They Create Student-Centered Learning Environments

By Cassondra-Corbin Thaddies, National Curriculum Specialist, McGraw-Hill Education → Read More

Open Mic Share in Creative Writing Class – Inspired Ideas –

A few months ago, I visited an amusement park based on a series of novels. Aside from the exciting experience, I was in awe at the transition from words on paper to a world that I was standing in… → Read More

10 Shareable Facts About Kindness, Empathy, and Social and Emotional Learning

Kindness is a crucial element of any PreK-12 classroom environment. Educators are increasingly focused on how it can be taught, how it might be practiced on a daily basis, and how it can be instilled… → Read More