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Read about "Unlearning:" "Experts say the method is ripe for teacher professional development: Too often, teachers are presented with new strategies and not given the time and support to unlearn their old practices."
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BARR Center May 24
is a blindspot that we must fix
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BARR Center May 24
"Too often, educators participate in PD that is irrelevant to them, leaving them feeling disrespected and as if they've wasted their time and energy."
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BARR Center May 23
Read or listen to this interview with on (pretty much) everything you need to know about
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BARR Center May 23
These students are engaged in trust falls as part of I-Time at Dr. Paul Nettle Middle School in Haverhill, MA! How do you engage your students during I-Time? ❤️💛💚
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BARR Center May 23
How to manage work so teachers aren't running on empty as the school year wraps
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BARR Center May 22
We love that this builds on student excitement and energy
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BARR Center May 22
Have you used in your classroom? Reply and let us know!
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BARR Center May 21
Data is key in any model, but we make is easy to digest and use. "Data-driven decision-making continues to be a focus of schools and districts, but the survey reveals that educators want to make better sense of the data that they currently collect."
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BARR Center May 21
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BARR Center May 20
BARR's strategies, especially our I-Time Curriculum, sounds like what this article is discussing when it comes to improving student wellbeing.
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BARR Center May 19
The improves student achievement by improving a school’s effectiveness at building relationships, utilizing student data, and capitalizing on the strengths of each student.
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BARR Center May 19
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BARR Center May 18
Take care of yourself, teachers! Reminding teachers to be good to themselves and practice self-care is good for them and their students
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BARR Center May 18
Collaboration is so key to a successful model because it's what leads to building relationships.
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BARR Center May 17
Important read from on the 65th anniversary of
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BARR Center May 17
Whispers: have you heard about BARR? When leveraged for educational equity, districtwide SEL implementation has the potential to help foster inclusive learning environments and address longstanding disparities in student opportunities and outcomes.
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BARR Center May 16
"Teachers should have the opportunity to be fully actualized human beings who have career aspirations and hobbies and hopes and dreams, apart from just sowing into the lives of other people’s children."
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BARR Center May 16
How policymakers talk about matters. Couching policy priorities in “real-world skills” and “making sure all children develop the social, emotional, and academic skills they need to succeed in life” has to be the main take away.
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BARR Center May 15
On top of high attrition rates, the number entering the profession has dropped sharply over the past few decades, so that means every year, we have fewer teachers available to fill the classrooms where our students so desperately need them.
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