Angela Duckworth speaks during her Ted Talk on Grit

Do Your English Learners Show Grit?

Your students are facing mental and emotional challenges on a daily basis. You want to help, but you're encountering budget cuts and other tough constraints at school. How can your students overcome challenges and succeed in school?
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Does your school culture need to be transformed? Download our free infographic!

Is it time to overhaul your school’s culture?
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5 Key Takeaways from the 2017 iNACOL Symposium

We heard from many voices during the 2017 iNACOL Symposium in Orlando, FL about a wide range of topics including competency education, personalized learning, and technology innovation in the classroom. Here are some of our key takeaways:
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Want to Have a Successful iNACOL Symposium? Here Are Some Ideas!

In just one week, the iNACOL Symposium kicks off! Mawi Learning is so excited to be sponsoring, exhibiting, and attending the Symposium in 2017. Here’s what we’re looking forward to and some tips for a fun and productive event:
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Coping with stress

How Educators and Parents Help Students Cope with Stress

Last month, Hurricane Harvey submerged Houston in over 50 inches of rain and caused widespread damage to homes, schools, and communities. This last week, Hurricane Irma ravaged communities across Florida.
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10 Key Transition Issues for 6th Graders in Middle School... And How You Can Help

Students entering into middle school are facing new personal challenges: their bodies and brains are changing and their emotions can sometimes feel like a rollercoaster.
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Testing, Testing 1-2-3

Testing season is well underway across the country. In Illinois, our ELLs finished taking the ACCESS test in February, which measures their improvement and proficiency levels in English.
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The Recipe for ELL Success

The ELL students at Anne Sullivan Elementary School are scoring higher than their peers in the district and throughout the state of South Dakota. What is making the difference?
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How the Classroom Becomes a Community

As a veteran teacher of over fifteen years who has taught all different ages of students from many cultural backgrounds, I know the importance of having a lesson plan and materials ready to go to address student needs and challenges....
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Understanding the Many Immigrant Stories

We often see narratives about our students, classes, and schools that don't line up with the reality we see in front of us. In the Super ELL framework, we're committed to an asset-based approach to teaching ELL students. 
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Become a Powerful Educator at Our 2017 Conference

Are you currently using Growth Mindset, confidence-building, and other success building social-emotional techniques with your ELL students? Do you want the tools to help your students realize their dreams?
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The Transformational Power of an Educator

Chants of "Chinese, Japanese, dirty knees" followed me into school every morning.I didn't even know what this meant, but I knew it made me feel small, ashamed, and invisible.
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Quick Tip: REBUS Puzzles

Ever need a fun activity to jump-start your class or help fill the last 5 minutes after a grueling day? I always kept a few "word puzzle sheets" around for times when we needed a bit of levity in the classroom.
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Learning the Essentials

As with many things in life, small changes in how we operate can make enormous impacts on the outcomes we seek. This truth extends itself to our effectiveness as bilingual and ESL educators, especially when it comes to reading and...
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Bringing Community to Holiday Celebrations

In high school, it can feel like the holiday season is kicked off with homecoming. The football game, dance, and spirit week festivities happen right before Halloween, and then it's November. 
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