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Professor Eric Toshalis addresses how educators should approach dealing with student misbehavior in his Q&A with NEA Today and new book, Make Me!: Understanding and Engaging Student Resistance in School.
New math standards for K-2 students are rolling out in schools across the nation. In a new article, professors Griffin and Ward explain why they’re important and how teachers can build on them.
Faculty in the graduate school have been busy publishing new books, producing research for top journals, and presenting at conferences around the country.
As students return to classrooms for the start of a new school year, they are bound to encounter some unfamiliar territory. In two Oregonian articles, Eric Toshalis offers tips for success to students in transition.
In a recent article for the journal Rethinking Schools, Linda Christensen—director of the Oregon Writing Project, editor, and author—explains how teachers can use Myrlin Hepworth’s poem “Ritchie Valens” to engage students with social justice issues.