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Here’s What This Teacher Learned from the ‘SEL Through the Lens of DEI’ Webinar

James Cross, 4th Grade Teacher, Rocketship Nashville Northeast Elementary | February 18, 2021

If you missed Ms. Senter's webinar on "Social-Emotional Lessons Through the Lens of DEI,” then check out this blog to hear what a fellow teacher learned from the session and how he's implementing her insight into his classroom.

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A Comprehensive Q&A for Teachers Supporting Students with Exceptionalities When Virtual Teaching

By Krista Pupillo, Integrated Special Education teacher, Nashville | December 16, 2020

This teacher answers the most commonly asked questions on how to support students with exceptionalities during distance learning. Plus, you access an entire webinar full of insight!

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Prioritizing Equity with Virtual Special Interest Clubs

Arlynda Watts, Enrichment Center Coordinator, Rocketship Nashville Northeast Elementary | October 15, 2020

All children deserve the opportunity to access special enrichment classes like sign language, science, engineering, art, music, dance, and more! That's why we started virtual Special Interest Clubs. Get inspired to start your own here.

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Why We’re Revamping our Humanities Curriculum with an Anti-Racist Lens

Eesir Kaur, Senior Director of Humanities and Professional Development | October 15, 2020

We realized that while we've made significant progress towards academic success, cultural competency, and embedded social-emotional learning, we were quite a ways away from creating opportunities for sociopolitical consciousness. So, we've begun revamping our history lessons and text selections. Learn how.

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How to Support Children with Special Needs During Distance Learning

By Stephanie Storlie, Integrated Special Education Program Manager of Instruction | October 15, 2020

Distance learning is challenging, especially for those with special needs. Here are some tips to help, as well as printable packets for elementary students with moderate to severe learning disabilities.

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