By Erin Wilkey Oh, Common Sense Education As the debate over U.S. immigration policy continues to divide voters across the country, more and more online resources are popping up to help us understand this complex, emotionally charged issue. For young
Since the Common Core State Standard Initiative — more commonly known simply as Common Core — was first started in 2010, it has been a contentious topic for many people, from parents to politicians. The Common Core sets specific academic
By Erin Wilkey Oh, Common Sense Education Integrating the arts into your core-subject classroom might seem like a wish-list item you’ll never have time to implement. What does it even mean? What does it look like? And what resources can make it easier
By Erin Wilkey Oh , Common Sense Education The rise of digital media is significantly changing how we teach and learn about history. Take a look at Twitter during an international crisis, and you’ll see we now have instant access
Regardless of industry or profession, one of the many common experiences we all have is the job interview. All of us have probably been the interviewee many times in our professional lives. Additionally, many of us have also been the
Internal communication has a lot in common with healthy living. Everybody knows the benefits, but people still disregard their importance. Suppose a company announces to employees that it’s being taken over. Immediately, unhealthy thoughts creep in, and people start to
Excerpted from Navigating the Common Core with English Language Learners: Developing Higher-Order Thinking Skills by Larry Ferlazzo and Katie Hull-Sypnieski, published by Jossey-Bass. This section is from the chapter, “Creating the Conditions for English Language Learners to Be Successful in the Common Core
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