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In this webinar Dr. Diane Heacox, Ed.D. explores well-documented research on underlying causes of low performance and create distinctions between non-producers, selective producers, and underachievers among the gifted populations.

In this webinar Dr. Diane Heacox, Ed.D. explores well-documented research on underlying causes of low performance and create distinctions between non-producers, selective producers, and underachievers among the gifted populations.

In this webinar, Dr. Richard Cash, Ed.D. discusses doable, evidence-based practices to help students engage in learning, build confidence, set and manage goals, develop habits of thinking, do effective home study, and reflect on their learning.

In this webinar, Dr. Richard Cash, Ed.D. discusses doable, evidence-based practices to help students engage in learning, build confidence, set and manage goals, develop habits of thinking, do effective home study, and reflect on their learning.

Research is clear: Bullying is learned and can be unlearned. What’s more, cultivating empathy is the forgotten antidote to bullying.

Research is clear: Bullying is learned and can be unlearned. What’s more, cultivating empathy is the forgotten antidote to bullying.

The Responsive Classroom approach is a widely used, research-backed approach to elementary education that increases academic achievement, decreases problem behaviors, improves social skills, and leads to more high-quality instruction.

The Responsive Classroom approach is a widely used, research-backed approach to elementary education that increases academic achievement, decreases problem behaviors, improves social skills, and leads to more high-quality instruction.

Zero-tolerance policies, made popular in the 1990s, are not effective and disproportionately affect minority students, writes Russ Skiba, a psychology professor at Indiana University Bloomington. In this blog post, he writes that several school districts nationwide have begun using other approaches because of research showing such policies are ineffective.

Zero-tolerance policies, made popular in the 1990s, are not effective and disproportionately affect minority students, writes Russ Skiba, a psychology professor at Indiana University Bloomington. In this blog post, he writes that several school districts nationwide have begun using other approaches because of research showing such policies are ineffective.

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