April’s Top New Books for Educators

Our picks for April’s top new books tackle leading through disruption, motivating disengaged students, incorporating SEL everywhere, and more.

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young student writing and peeking into a book to cheat

4 Ways to Address Plagiarism in the Classroom

Concerns about cheating and plagiarism are growing, so check out this teacher’s easy tips for dealing with plagiarism with her students.

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Using Women’s History Month to Look Forward

Teaching women’s history month by focusing on the present and future can engage students beyond learning about standard historic “firsts.”

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