There are many temptations to organize our life around the experience of earlier trauma. But that may short-change the future—which starts by our envisioning something better.
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On education, motivation, giftedness, and other related areas.
Jenny Grant Rankin Ph.D.
Dyslexia can affect up to 20% of students and mean social-emotional difficulties.
Are grades dependent on parents' aptitude and involvement?
Children's Garden Myrtle Beach uses the environment to help students thrive.
Interview with Olga Hofreiter.
An interview with Kim Wallace sheds light on how to help leaders (re)claim their power to transform our educational system from the inside out.
Leveraging the benefit of having men in children’s lives and communities.
Dr. Hal Swindall offers wisdom from his academic writing workshops.
Teacher and researcher David Stevens shares a more accurate model for identifying high-needs students.
Here are some lessons parents can apply to helping students in the classroom.
An interview with author Dr. Darlene Breaux on a new book for promoting change.
Educator wisdom reaches thousands, thus helping more students, through podcasts.
Are your emails as an educator helping or frustrating parents? Here's how to avoid the latter.
In self-determined learning, students decide what they intend to learn. Award-winning educator Mark Gutkowski explains why every student deserves this opportunity.
Dr. Dennis Liu of the Half-Earth Project on arming students to help our planet.
Resources for students, parents, and educators celebrating suppressed histories.
Dr. Bohdan Christian shares results from two studies on teacher practice.
Help students be the kinds of thinkers who can recognize wrongs like insurrection.
Educators can use data to determine which instruction is sticking.
Part 2: Educators can use data to determine which instruction is sticking.
Kathleen Palmieri weighs in on mindset and its classroom implications.
Dr. Deanna Westedt on serving gifted students with learning challenges.
On implementing quality social and emotional learning.
Dr. Margie Johnson weighs in on how school boards can best serve all students.
Maria Kolovou weighs in on the schooling frames we grew up with versus how we learn.
Every child is touched by educators, giving us great power to end injustice.
A peek into educational book publishing.
Jenny Grant Rankin, Ph.D., is a Fulbright Specialist for the U.S. Department of State.